Fix iOS 9 “Slide to Upgrade” Screen While Updating Your iPhone

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While most of users were able to smoothly update their iPhones and iPads to iOS 9, some users are facing crashes and annoying issues while making an attempt to update their iDevices to latest iOS 9. The most common of them is getting stuck at “Slide to Upgrade” screen.

iOS 9 Slide to Upgrade

Luckily Apple has address the issue and updated their support page with a workaround that will help you fix iOS 9 slide to upgrade issue on your iPhone 6 Plus, 6, 5S, 5, iPhone 4S, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPod Touch.

How to Fix “Slide to Upgrade” Screen While Updating iPhone/iPad to iOS 9

Let us have a look at the steps Apple has advices its users to follow:

  1. First of all connect your iDevice which you wanted to upgrade to iOS 9 to your Computer.
  2. Open iTunes.
  3. In iTunes, select your iDevice from list. If it isn’t listed there, force restart your device by pressing and holding Sleep + Home button for few seconds unless you see an Apple logo.
  4. Now if you have already made a backup of your device before starting iOS 9 update process, restore to that backup.
  5. If you haven’t made a backup, make it now and then restore from that backup using iTunes.

Please note that you need to disable “Find My iPhone” before restoring your iDevice from backup using iTunes, otherwise it won’t work to fix your issue.

After following this, you will get rid of this annoying “Slide to Upgrade” screen on your iPhone 6 Plus, 6, 5S, 4S, iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 2 or iPod Touch.

Stay tuned with us for more guides on Apple latest iOS 9 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch from iPhone 6 to iPhone 4S, iPad Air 2 to iPad 2 and iPad Mini 3 to iPad Mini.

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