Just a few weeks ago Apple released iOS 14 and asked all iOS users to update to the latest version of the iOS. This is to address a security issue related to various security issues.
In case you plan to update your iPhone to iOS 14, you may want to read these first so that you are better prepared in case something goes wrong (always remember to backup!).
If you have done the update either via WiFi or iTunes, there shouldn’t be any issue. However, in case you’re stuck with one of the following problems, you can try the possible fixes as described below.
WiFi or Data not working after updating to iOS 14
You’re not able to connect to the internet after updating to iOS 14? The easiest fix to this would be to reset your network connection.
Simply go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Connection.
Do note that you will lose all stored WiFi password in your device.
iPhone won’t turn on after updating to iOS 14
This doesn’t happen a lot, but if you do get this problem try to do a soft reset on your iPhone. To do this:
Hold the sleep and home button simultaneously for about 10 seconds until the Apple logo appear. You will not lose data by resetting your iPhone, and most of the time it will fix many other issues.
If that doesn’t work, try putting your iPhone into recovery mode first.
This may not be related to any hardware or software issue but can be tricky to fix, because it’s too trivial:
Go to Settings and set Use Slide Switch to > Lock Rotation
Swipe up at the bottom of screen to launch the Sound controller. If the bell icon is stroked out, you’re fine, the sound will work. If otherwise, then tap on it to strike the bell. The sound should work now.
iPhone is Overheating After Updating to iOS 14
This may be a common issue after updating due to the fact that the processor is busy processing the updates. Just leave it and it should cool itself eventually.
Some of you who are new to iPhone may ask, is it possible to downgrade iOS 13 to 12 or any earlier version of iOS? Unfortunately, this is not possible and Apple will do anything they can to prevent people from downgrading their device.
The above are just some of the possible solutions to the issue you might encounter when updating iOS 14. If all fails, the last option would be visiting your nearest Apple Store.