How to install the new Apple iPhone software update on your iPhone 6S and 6S Plus
In this tutorial we’ll show you how to install Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus software updates on your iOS devices.
We’ll also show you what you can do to get the software to install itself.
The iOS update is a free download for all iOS devices that come with iOS 8.1 or later, and the update is available on the Apple website and the Apple App Store.
If you don’t have iOS 8, you can download iOS 8 for free on your computer.
You can download the update on the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, and iPod touch 5th generation.
The update is compatible with iOS 10 and 11, iOS 12 and later, iOS 11.2 and later.
Apple recommends that you download the iOS 8 software update to avoid an upgrade delay.
You can check for updates and download them in the Settings app, but it may take up to 24 hours for them to appear in your iPhone’s System Data.
The first update to appear will be available on September 11, but you can check on the iOS app store to see if there’s an update available for your iPhone.
Apple has already released the update to iOS 9.3 for the iPhone 7, and iOS 9 for the iPad mini 2.
It should also be available to download on September 26.
You don’t need to download the software update if you’ve already upgraded to iOS 10.0 or earlier.
If the software updates are available, you’ll just need to enable them in Settings, and then restart your device.
The update is just a download.
There’s no need to install it.
If you’re running an older version of iOS, you may have to wait for the software upgrade to download.
For iOS 9, the update has already been released, and you should be able to update your device to the latest version of the software.
If there’s a problem, you should download the fix from the Apple site.
The latest version available to Apple customers is iOS 10, which is available for download on the App Store, Google Play, and in the Apple Store.
This update will automatically update your iPhone to the new OS and fix any issues.
If Apple doesn’t update the software for you, you won’t need the software patch.