Unable to install iOS 11.0.1 update? Here is the fix

iOS 11 has taken center stage since it was officially announced last week. This year, Apple’s latest version of iOS is still rolling out to iPhone and iPad owners worldwide. iOS 11 is one of the best iOS versions ever released to the public, but not because it offers revolutionary changes. It’s exciting because it includes a lot of handy little things that make what you do most even better.

Like any major iOS software update, we have heard some of the issues iPhone and iPad owners are facing with iOS 11, like 3D Touch laggy, Mail app not working, Wi-Fi problems, and battery draining quickly.

Apple is fully aware of that and the Cupertino company has just released iOS 11.0.1 update that includes bug fixes and performance improvements. iPhone and iPad owners can download the update now by heading to Settings > General > Software Update. However, many iPhone and iPad owners have reported that they cannot install iOS 11.0.1 on their device.

If you are one of those users who have been hit by the issue, don’t freak out because we are here to help. In this guide, we will show you how to fix iOS 11.0.1 update issue on your iPhone and iPad.

Before we begin, note that the step-by-step guide aims to remove the iOS beta software program from your device. Here is how.

How to fix iOS 11.0.1 update issue on your iPhone and iPad

Step one: First off, you need to launch the Settings app from your home screen. When you are in, scroll down and tap General

Step two: On the next screen, scroll down a little bit and tap Profile to proceed

Step three: Once you are done, hit iOS Beta Profile and select Delete Profile at the bottom (You may be asked to enter the passcode to confirm your action). From the pop-up menu, just simply hit Delete to confirm.

Once you are done, open Settings on your device, select General and hit Software Update. After that, check for updates and you will get the iOS 11.0.1 update (if the update doesn’t show up, restart your device and head to Software Update section).

Also read: iOS 11: What you need to do before installing it

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