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How To Fix iPhone X Update Issues

Have you recently purchased iPhone X and have tried to update its software but have got stuck? iPhone X comes with the version of iOS 11 but Apple has already released the next update – iOS 11.1.2. Some users have found that their screen was stuck while they were trying to update their device. The solution to this problem is easy. Here is how to fix iPhone X update issues.

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Steps To Fix iPhone X Update Issues

A hard reset will fix this problem in no time. Here are the steps to perform a hard reset to solve the iPhone X update issues.

Unlike the other iPhone’s the process of hard reset for iPhone X is different.

  • Press the Volume Up button and let it go quickly
  • Then press the Volume Down button and let go instantly
  • Press and hold the side button and wait till the Apple logo comes on your iPhone X screen.

How To Fix iPhone X Update Issues

All the three steps need to be done separately. When your iPhone restarts you can download the update once again. Till now users haven’t faced any problems and this solution worked like a charm. But if you do encounter this problem again you should get in touch with Apple. Apple offers one year warranty on all the devices. If needed, you will get a replacement.

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