Tips to Protect Data in Case that your iPhone Fails in Updating to iOS 11

tips-to-protect-data-in-case-that-your-iphone-fails-in-updating-to-ios-11Data loss after updating to new iOS system like the newly iOS 11 is commonly happened. How to protect data in case that your iPhone fails in updating to iOS 10.3.1 seems a constant conundrum for most iPhone users. In below post, we will share some tips to protect data in case that your iPhone fails in updating to iOS 11.

Tip 1: Backup iOS Device Before Update to iOS 11

It is reported that data loss happens more commonly than you think, so we all advised to create backups of all data on our devices. Especially for a latest iOS update, numerous uncertainty factors may occur at any time.

There are two traditional methods for you to backup your vital information, using iTunes or iCloud. For detailed information, please go to how to back up you your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

Tip 2: Check your power before updating to iOS 11

Actually, iPhone and iPad would consume the power while an update. If iOS device is extremely low on power, it is unable to support the whole upgrade performance, and system bankrupt may happen.

Tip 3: Check Available Storage to prevent data loss against failure of iOS 11 Update

Have you been asked to temporarily remove apps because iOS needs more space for the update? View the size of the latest iOS installation package before each update, and transfer or delete some data or files for more available storage.

Tip 4: Keep Your Device in a Stable and Favorite Network Environment

You’ll be allowed to update your device using iTunes or wirelessly. You may get a message on iOS device says that an update is available, tap Install Now. If you want to update now, tap Install. Or you can tap Later and choose Install Tonight or Remind Me Later. If you tap Install Tonight, just plug your iOS device into power before you go to sleep. Your device will update automatically overnight. With this kinds of method, you have to make sure your device will upgrade in a stable and favorable network environment, or you can update manually using iTunes on a computer that you trust.