Apple Company is the flag bearer of advanced technology with its shares selling at the price of over a hundred dollars. Apple was founded by Steve Jobs and its headquarters as of now are in California.

Apple has it all, from mobile phones to pads to laptops and it seems as though it is a whole world on its own. The reason behind its huge success is “Quality Control”.

Even though millions of Apple’s products are sold worldwide, almost none of them are ever defective. The success has come to a point where Apple is a symbol of luxury and necessity all at once.

From time to time, Apple releases new operating systems that are installed in iPhones to ensure that the products stay updated. This year, they have released another one of the operating systems.

For you to successfully install the latest operating system, you will need to get your iPhone and iPad ready. These updates include quite a few new features and improvements including widgets, app libraries, and increased privacy.

However, it is necessary to make a few changes to your devices to ensure smooth operations on your device after the update. First of all, you will need to check if this update is compatible with your device or not.

To check if the update is available on your phone, you need to go to your phone’s settings, click on “General” and then on “Software update”. However, do not click on the “Install Now” option right away.

After this, it is important to check if there are any unnecessary photos, videos, or apps on your phone. Deleting unwanted files will clear the clutter in your phone which should be done before updating your device.

An important precaution to take is to keep a current backup on your phone because anything could go wrong during an update. If anything goes wrong, you will have to set up your phone from scratch and that is tedious work.

In case you have an iCloud backup, it is an even better option because it will save your data daily. If you want, you can go to settings and force a backup by clicking on iCloud, then iCloud backup, and finally “Backup”.