Posted by Aimee , Feb 18, 2019
When the latest iOS 12 released, many iPhone users are eager to update their iPhone as soon as possible. So you enter into the Settings but only to get a message pops up saying |"Unable to check for Update" on your iPhone, which means you can't download and install the newest software update. So are you planning to give up? Of course no! Just spend a few minutes to read this article to find out the solutions to get out from iPhone stuck on checking for an update in normal condition.
Method 1: Close and reopen Settings. On an iPhone 8 or earlier, swipe the Settings app off the top of the screen. On the iPhone X, press and hold the Settings window until a small red minus button appears. Either tap that button or swipe Settings up and off the screen.
Method 2: Restart your iPhone.
Method 3: Perform a hard reset.
For iPhone 8 and X, quickly press and release the volume up button, then the volume down button, then press and hold the side button until the Apple logo appears.
For iPhone 7: Press and hold the power button and the volume down button simultaneously until the screen turns off and the Apple logo flashes onto the screen.
For iPhone SE and earlier: Simultaneously press and hold the Home button and the power button until the Apple logo comes onto the screen.
Method 4: Make sure you are connected to Wi-Fi or Cellular data. Go to Settings, then Wi-Fi and make sure the switch next to Wi-Fi is turned on and that there's blue check mark next to your Wi-Fi network.
Method 5: Check Apple Servers. Take a look at Apple's System Status page and make sure you see lots of green circles — that means Apple's servers are working properly. If you see lots of yellow or red icons, there are issues with Apple's servers and you may not be able to download the latest iOS update.
If none of the above solutions can solve your problem, you should consider RecoveryTool Fix Recovery to tame your iOS system and get your device working normally again. Furthermore, it won't result in any data loss. So come on for a try and follow the steps below:
Step 1: Download, install and launch the software on your PC. Then select "iOS System Recovery".
Step 2: Connect your iPhone to your PC via USB cable. Tap on "Start" as long as the program detects your iPhone.
Step 3: Now it's time to download and install the latest firmware. The program will provide the latest firmware for you to download. Click "Repair" and then the program will start to download it automatically.
Step 4: When the download is done, the program will repair the device in no time, which may take a few minutes. And later your iPhone would be restarted normally.
See? RecoveryTool can solve your iPhone issues easier without any data loss. So what are you waiting for? Move your mouse and click download now!