Fix “Estimating Time Remaining…” Error in iPhone and iPad

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    Robin C

    So, you were excited to update the latest iOS software in your iPhone or iPad. But after tapping on “Download and Install”, all you see is “Estimating Time Remaining…” error in the Software Update section. There isn’t any progress even after several hours and you are not sure what to do next?

    Don’t worry. It is easy to fix estimating time remaining error in iOS Software Update process. Your iPhone or iPad will start to download and install the latest iOS software version in few minutes.

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    When you see this “Estimating Time Remaining…” status for long time, then start following the steps suggested below,

    Step 1: Go to “Settings – General – iPhone Storage” and Delete any “iOS Software Update” that is already downloaded to your iPhone or iPad.

    Step 2: Restart your iPhone or iPad and connect to WiFi Network.

    Important Note: Avoid using Hotspot as WiFi network to download iOS update.

    Step 3: Go to “Settings – General – Software Update” and tap on “Download & Install”.

    This will do a fresh download of iOS file from the apple server. Make sure the wifi connection is stable and in few seconds, you will see the iOS Software Update Downloading progress bar. Now sit back and relax.

    Your latest iOS Software update will be installed in your iPhone or iPad in few minutes. During the installation process, the device will automatically restart itself and once its done, your iPhone, iPad will be ready to use.

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