A lot of the time when apps are stuck waiting or not downloading on your iPhone, there's an issue with your Apple ID. Every app on your iPhone is linked to a specific Apple ID. If there's an issue with that Apple ID, apps may get stuck. Usually, signing out and back into the App Store will fix the problem.
The new iPhone SE will be the successor to the 2020 iPhone SE, which is the follow-up to the first-gen iPhone SE from 2016, and is said to be fitted with Face ID, 5G and Apple's A15 processor, the same chip in the four iPhone 13 models.
Apple just announced a new budget-friendly iPhone SEand it looks exactly like the old iPhone SE. So how exactly are they different? This week, Apple announced a new budget-friendly iPhone, the iPhone SE (3rd generation) — a new and improved version of the iPhone SE (2nd generation) that was released in April 2020.
Released in September 2019, the iPhone 11 is far from the newest iPhone available today. It's two generations old, has an aging processor, and is no longer the hot new thing on the market. But it's also a smartphone Apple still sells on its website.
How to re-download apps on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
It's normal for apps to take a few moments to start the download process and do the update. But if it's been more than 15 minutes or so and your app icon is still grayed out with the word “waiting” underneath, it's time to do some investigating. Your internet connection could be to blame.
Step 1. Download AnyTrans on your computer and connect your iPhone to the computer via a USB cable > Choose Device Manager and click on Apps to view the apps on your computer. Step 2. Select the old version of Instagram to back up to App Library.
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Option 3: Transfer directly from iPhone
Choose the Transfer from iPhone option. Transfer from iPhone is the simplest way to get a complete copy of everything from your old device. You can also choose whether to transfer some settings, such as Apple Pay and Siri, from your previous iPhone to your new iPhone.
Use Quick Start — if your old iPhone runs iOS 11 or later, you can just place both devices close to each other to automatically set up your new iPhone. Transfer your data with iCloud— you can create an iCloud backup on your old iPhone and then use it while setting up your new device.
Plug both iPhones into a power outlet, turn on your new iPhone 13iPhone 13The iPhone 13 mini has a display size of 5.4 inches and the iPhone 13 has a display size of 6.1 inches. and place it near your current iPhone, which needs to be running iOS 12.4 or later for the transfer to work. The Quick Start screen will appear on your current iPhone and offer the option of using your Apple ID to set up your new device.
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No, they'll only be on the phone you download them to. Keep in mind though, depending on how old your phone is, some apps may have been upgraded and may no longer work. If, once you choose the older phone in Play Store for the install, you see a note that it's not compatible, that's most likely what happened.