Ok if you haven't already figured out the fix here's how to fix it. Go to settings / General / Reset / Reset all settings this will NOT delete anything. 2 Answers. Reboot the Phone - Press and hold the home and power buttons till the iPhone resets and restarts or simply power it down. Another trick I have used (supposedly) to reset mail is to double press the home button - may work on other apps?? Then hold the home button until you return to the home page. The App Store app on your Mac is a place where you can find and download new and old apps for your machine. While it doesn't happen all.
Slide this arrow to the right and the iPhone will power down in a few seconds. After the device is completely off, the sleep/wake button can be pressed to turn on the device. If the apps are still stuck on the home screen, try logging out of the App Store temporarily. Yes, frozen app, the frustrating condition that causes your iPhone or iPad to suddenly seize up, Cult of Mac Watch Store's Labor Day Weekend Sale is on!. Screenshot: Using Activity Monitor to Force Quit. You can fix this by deleting AppStore's cache. Here's how.
Like most other iOS issues, a reboot can also fix apps hanging up. Simply hold down the Home button and Power button on your iPhone or iPad at the same time and don't release them until you see the Apple logo on the screen. Just head back into the App Store and try downloading it again. When an iPad becomes stuck or frozen, it tends to result from apps that you can easily install the app again by heading to the app store. and user cannot get through the error prompt as the iPhone display is frozen. Resume app download or update on the App Store. In this case, you can try signing out from the App Store and then sign in again at a later time. I just purchased an iphone 7 and I'm syncing it via my laptop using the back. The "stuck" or "stalled" update problem can happen with any iPad or iPhone app (not just Acrobat Reader for iOS). Apple has not published an.