Essentially this means the i Phone or i Pad will be bricked and unusable until it can be restored or successfully updated with i Tunes and a computer.Update: Apple has apparently fixed the problem with the OTA update.Some of Apple's older devices ran into trouble with the i OS 9.3 update released earlier this week.The i Pad 2 took the worst of it; users reported that the tablet was unable to complete the activation process with Apple's servers after being updated.That means that to use the app on your i Phone, you need to be logged into that original Apple ID.On your i Phone, check what Apple ID was used to get an app by following these steps: The Restrictions feature of the i OS lets people (usually parents or corporate IT administrators) disable certain features of the i Phone.Updating apps on your i Phone is usually as simple as tapping a few buttons.But in some rare situations, something goes wrong and your i Phone can't update apps.
So far, Apple has taken two steps to fix the unforeseen problems with i OS 9.3.
First, the company has released another build of i OS 9.3 specifically for the i Pad 2 to eliminate the activation bug.
Once that's been downloaded and installed, Apple's aging tablet should function normally once again.
Upon connecting the bricked device to i Tunes, you may encounter the following message alert: “There is a problem with the i Phone “(Device Name)” that requires it to be updated or restored.
The problem may be fixed by updating your i Phone, which preserves your settings and content.