Before Switching to Your New iPhone 15, Make Sure to Update!

The first version of iOS 17 has some issues when moving data.

Before Switching to Your New iPhone 15, Make Sure to Update!

You might have heard that the iPhone 15 is finally in the hands of people who ordered it. This new iPhone comes after the iPhone 14 series and was announced a few days ago. People could start ordering it shortly after the announcement, and now it's arriving at people's homes.

Before you start using your new iPhone 15, it's a good idea to do an update. There's an important update for the iPhone 15 series that's being released. This update fixes a problem that some people have encountered when they switched to their new phones. Apple has a support page that explains what to do if your new iPhone is stuck on the Apple logo and not working. If this has happened to you, you'll need to restore your iPhone using Finder or iTunes before you can try again.

For most people, though, when you set up your iPhone 15, it will ask you to do an update to iOS 17.0.2. This update is only meant to fix the problem we mentioned earlier. There are no new features or anything like that in this update, just the fix for this issue.

The good thing is that when you first get your new phone, a message will pop up asking you to update it before you start using it. So, you don't really have a choice but to do the update. However, if you got the phone before this update was available or if the update message didn't show up for some reason, you might have a problem.

If that's the case, you should definitely visit Apple's support page for help. Imagine getting your brand-new phone and it stops working on the very first day you get it - that's not a good experience at all!

By the way, it's likely that this update is already on new phones that are being shipped out now. So, if you're buying a new iPhone soon, you probably won't have to worry about this issue.

So, make sure to update your new phone as soon as you get it. And if it's still on its way to you, be sure to watch out for that update message when you start using it.

Source: Apple

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