If you are trying to update your iOS 14 mobile or any other and if your iPhone is saying Unable to Verification failed to Update iOS 14 and no longer connected to internet is common issue faced by iOS users and can be fixed easily by factory reset, redownload update, deleting downloaded update, set date and time to automatic and few other methods to fix unable to verify update iOS update, so let’s see in detail how to fix Unable to Verify Update iOS 14 below.
Unable to Verify Update iOS 14 no longer connected to the internet
Set Data and time to automatic
Step 1: Make sure you are connected to WIFI
Step 2: Open settings app on your iPhone
Step 3: Scroll down to general and click on it.
Step 4: Now tap on date and time
Step 5: Now turn on Set Automatically.
Once your set date an time to automatic, go ahead and restart your iPhone and try to install the update, now you will not be facing any issue of Unable to Verify Update iOS 13 no longer connected to the internet. Your iOS will be updated successfully, if any update is available.
Check your WIFI internet connection:
Make sure you are connected to a WIFI network which is secure and having a good and high speed of internet connection.
Change your WIFI internet connection to any other different WIFI network connection and see if you are facing any issues, some times WIFI network also plays a role in receiving this error.
Force Restart your iPhone
Step 1: Press the volume up button and release it.
Step 2: Press the volume down button and release it.
Step 3: Now, Hold down the side button until the Apple logo appears
Step 4: Now your apple iPhone will gets restarted.
Once you apple iPhone gets restarted, go ahead and try to install the update.
Free Up Space to Update IOS
On your iPhone go ahead and delete all the unwanted application and free up space on your iPhone, clear cache and user data as well. Once you have enough space on your iPhone, then go ahead and install updates, now it will show you any error when you install update on your iPhone iOS 14.
Delete and Re-download the Update:
Step 1: Launch settings app ->General
Step 2: Tap on iPhone storage
Step 3: Scroll down to iOS 14 and tap on it.
Step 4: Now tap on delete update.
Step 5: Select delete update and confirm.
Step 6: Now re download update by -> Settings->general -> Software Update->Download and install.
Step 7: wait until the download process is finished and tap install now once finished.
Once you click on tap install updates, iOS update will be installed without any issues.
Reset All settings
Step 1: Launch settings app->General->Reset.
Step 2: Now select reset all settings.
Step 3: Enter passcode if asked.
Step 4: Confirm reset all settings and wait until your iPhone gets restarted.
Once you iPhone gets restarted then go ahead and install updates.
Delete the downloaded update and Update using your computer
Step 1: Delete the downloaded update on your iPhone
Step 2: Now connect your iPhone to WIFI / ethernet.
Step 3: Connect your iPhone to computer using cable.
Step 4: Launch finder -> if you are using macOS or launch iTunes.
Step 5: Tap on your iPhone when it appears on your screen
Step 6: Click general tab, if you are using iTunes, then click summary from left side panel.
Step 7: Now click on check for update.
Step 8: Click on download and update – If update is available and enter passcodes.
Step 9: Now follow onscreen instructions to finish the update.
This occurs due to many reasons and there are couple of different methods to fix this issue as mentioned, like force restart iPhone, delete the downloaded update and reinstall update, update your iPhone using computer and different methods.