Some users found success in downloading i OS 9.3 through i Tunes on a Mac and installing the firmware via a hardwired connection, suggesting there is an underlying issue on Apple's end.Others have found a full system restore also works, though the method is hit-or-miss.To fix your i Phone after a failed i OS update, you’ll need to connect your i Phone to a computer running i Tunes.It doesn’t have to be your computer — any computer will do.If your i Phone is stuck on the connect to i Tunes logo after updating to i OS 10, it means that the software update started but didn’t finish, so your i Phone can’t turn back on. Yes, it’s a serious software issue — but almost all software issues can be fixed at home.I’ll show you how — and what to do if the initial restore process fails.If you’ve updated to i OS 9.3 and you’re having trouble activating your i Phone or i Pad, don’t worry.You’re not the only one with this problem, and fortunately, there are a couple of workarounds that should fix it. The problem, which appears to be affecting a fairly large number of i OS users, according to a thread on the Apple Support Communities forum, throws up an Activation Lock screen after the i OS 9.3 update has been installed. “In some cases, the hint that you see on the Activate i Phone screen might not match your current Apple ID,” Apple says.
The first thing that would come to your mind is, why my i Phone froze during update?These are the workarounds you can try to fix the problem: Method 1: After following one of these workarounds, your i Phone or i Pad should be activated and back up and running as normal.If it isn’t and you’re still having problems, Apple recommends that you contact Apple Support for further assistance.If you have an i Cloud backup, you’ll be able to sign in and restore from your backup as part of the setup process — just make sure you know your Apple ID and password.If you back up your i Phone to i Tunes, you’ll need to connect your i Phone to your computer at home to retrieve your data.