Fixing iPhone is unable to connect to iTunes
Were you listening to your favorites tunes then stumbled upon something even better and wanted to download it but then realized that iPhone fails to connect to iTunes? Well this is too common a problem to worry about you can easily fix it in few easy steps. This is what you got to do.
- “Cannot connect to the iTunes Store. An unknown error has occurred.”
- “We could not complete your iTunes Store request. The iTunes Store is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later.”
- “iTunes could not connect to the iTunes Store. Make sure your network connection is active and try again.”
- “We could not complete your iTunes Store request. The network connection could not be established. There was an error in the iTunes Store. Please try again later.”
- Make sure that you can access the Internet on your computer or device.
- Make sure that your computer meets the iTunes minimum system requirements.
- Make sure that your operating system is up to date.
On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
If you can’t connect to the iTunes Store on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch:
1. Make sure that your date, time, and time zone are correct. Tap Settings > General > Date & Time. Time Zone might list another city in your time zone.
2. Make sure that your iOS software is up to date. Tap Settings > General > Software Update to check for updates. You can also connect your iOS device to iTunes and click Check for Update on your device’s Summary page.
3. Check and verify that you’re in range of a Wi-Fi router or base station. If you’re using cellular service, make sure that cellular data is turned on from Settings > Cellular. If you’re connected to cellular data, larger items might not download. You might need to connect to Wi-Fi to download apps, videos, and podcasts.
4. Make sure that you have an active Internet connection. Check your device’s user guide for help with Internet connection.
5. Check to see if other devices, such as portable computers, are able to connect to the Wi-Fi network and access the Internet.
6. Reset your Wi-Fi router by turning it off and then on again.
Still unable to connect to iTunes then try using MacKeeper tool. This will help you detect the problem and provide a solution for it online. It detects the software needed to open some file format to address the problem. It keeps the hard drive clean and that to you could see the files being deleted.