Why My iPhone Error 9006?

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    For those who are using one of the iPhone models, errors during update or restore are something they unfortunately have seen many times. Most of those errors are related to iTunes, and that is the case with error 9006 as well. If you got this error, we are here to help you out. There are several solutions to try, and in this article we provided 5 ways to fix iPhone error 9006. Check them out, because in most cases, one of these fixes will work like a charm, and you will be able to update or restore your iPhone with no issues on the way.

    5 ways to fix iPhone error 9006

    Solution No.1: Restart your modem

    If you got the error 9006, maybe there are some issues with your internet connection. Try turning off your model, and turning back on again, after several seconds. Once you do this, check if you can update or restore the device without getting the error.

    Solution No.2: Allow ports 80 and 443

    The other thing you should check out in your router settings is if the ports 80 and 443 are allowed. If not, allow them.

    Solution No.3: Antivirus software

    If you have an Antivirus software installed on your computer, check if it should be updated. If after the update, you still get error 9006, try turning off the software completely.

    Solution No.4: Check firewall settings

    Make sure that phobos.apple.com or albert.apple.com are not blocked in your firewall software.

    Solution No.5: Update iTunes

    Before any update or restore, check if there is a new iTunes version available. If it is, update and install it on your computer. For Mac or Windows users: open the software on your computer, and in the menu, find Check for updates.


    For almost every user, these 5 ways to fix iPhone error 9006 were useful. If you tried them all, but you still see the error, wait a few hours, and try to update or restore. Sometimes, the problem may be in the overloaded Appleā€™s server.

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