iOS 13 final version is live with new features like system-wide dark mode, renovated AppStore and other performance improvements. However, some users are facing un-expected errors after updating their iPhone to iOS 13. One of the error is “Could Not Activate iPhone”. Learn how to fix it!
Now that you have updated your iPhone XS Max, 11 Pro, 11, XR, X or 8/8 Plus to iOS 13, it is time to install the best available tools that will let you access your iOS 13 file system without jailbreak.
It is very common for users to experience errors and troubles with a new iOS update. This tutorial will teach you how to fix the preparing for iOS 13 update issue when using OTA feature on iPhone XS Max, XR, 8 Plus, 7 Plus, 6S, SE, iPad Air or Mini. iOS 13 was officially unveiled
iOS 13 comes with variety of new features as well as performance improvements, that not only speeds up the older iDevices like iPhone X, 8 Plus, 7 Plus, 6S, SE or older iPad and iPods version, but include addition of many new features like system wide dark mode support.