Double-tap the home button then swipe up on the Settings app until it slides out of view. Refresh your i Phone or i Pad If that doesn’t fix the problem, you can use our refresh your i Phone or i Pad guide.Now, tap Settings from the homescreen and go to General | Software Update. This refreshes your device’s memory and solves loads of problems. Reset your Network Settings Sometimes a network issue can cause the problem, but you can reset these settings easily.Be warned, doing this will require you to enter all of your Wi-Fi passwords again.Go to Settings | Reset | Reset Network Settings and then tap Reset in the dialog box.Apple released its latest i OS update, i OS 10, to the public not too long ago, and many Apple users ran into the all-too-common "Unable to Verify Update" error when trying to install it.While for the most part, the free i OS updates are easy to install, there are a few common problems.The "Unable to Verify Update" error is a big one, and quite annoying at that, with your i Phone or i Pad telling you you're no longer connected to the internet, even though you are.Thankfully, this all-too-common issue is a legacy bug, first making an appearance a few i OS updates back, with the reasonably simple fix remaining the same.
Regular updates are the official versions that Apple releases to the public, having completed its testing on all devices.
These are the ones that most of you will be familiar with. Shut down the Settings app The first thing to try is shutting down the Settings app.
Before we start: It's very important to make sure that your Apple device is currently connected to the internet. It's also crucial to be connected to a home network, as some company networks might filter out the connection to Apple's servers.
That being done, here's how to fix the annoying "Unable to Verify Update" i OS error for i OS 10, i OS 9.3 and below.
I'll guide you through any issues you might have when updating to the latest version of i OS, and let you know the best methods to fix them.
I've split this guide into two sections: The regular, public updates (official launches) and the beta updates (which you'll have to be signed up to get) as both are handled a little differently. If it doesn't work, disconnect and reconnect to your Wi-Fi router or turn your router off and on again.