Start Wrong itunes account when updating apps

Wrong itunes account when updating apps

You should always back up your i OS device before updating software or modifying settings.

Another two points worth mentioning; i Tunes seems to be less problematic when syncing with a USB cable than with Wi-Fi.

Some users are experiencing trouble installing the i OS 10 software update by way of the Over-the-Air Software Update mechanism.

i Tunes is a media player and a digital media store (referred to as the i Tunes Store) that is operated by Apple.

The i Tunes Store allows for the purchase of digital music, video, ebooks and audio books.

This kicks in automatically (wherever the older version of the app is still available in the App Store). In this quick tutorial, I'll take you through the process.

One of the harshest things that can happen to any i Phone and i Pad user is an app stops working correctly after being updated. Naturally, the first reaction – if you are new to i OS – is to look for going back to the older version. For this method to work, you should have a previous backup on i Tunes (not i Cloud).

The problem may be fixed by updating your i Phone, which preserves your settings and content.