This lifespan corresponds to the number of write/erase cycles SSDs can accept before data corruption becomes unavoidable. When purchasing a new SSD, don’t focus only on its speed and price.
However, beware as the process wipes iPhone/ iPad data completely. Besides these main reasons for experiencing an iTunes error when performing a restore on your iDevice, a couple other hardware incompatibilities might be a cause.
- Restoring your iPhone in the Device Firmware Update mode is the most intense type of restoration.
- Minutes later, your firmware on iPhone will be restored.
- Please remove the product from the list of paired devices and retry.
- You can preview the repaired files before recovery.
After the reinstallation has completed, iMazing displays a screen asking you to unlock your device. Enter the passcode for your iPhone or iPad. The final steps of the installation continue, and iMazing may also asks for you to Trust this Computer on Device. Tap Trust in the dialog that displays on your iOS device, so iMazing can continue working with it. After you’ve selected the .ipsw file, click Select, then click Reinstall iOS to continue.
After you’ve reinstalled the latest version download the stock firmware of iTunes/Finder, try to update to iOS 16 and restore your iPhone again. Uninstalling the antivirus software on your computer or iPhone can resolve this issue because such security software sometimes blocks installation of firmware. The problem “The iPhone could not be updated/restored because the firmware file was corrupt or is not compatible” mostly goes away after you uninstall antivirus software. If firmware corrupt or compatibility error is still testing your patience and not going away, try reinstalling the iTunes/Finder. Sometimes iTunes/Finder configuration doesn’t match firmware files and iTunes/Finder upgradation can not solve the solution. After reinstalling the the latest iTunes/Finder, try to update or restore your iPhone again. If all else fails, the last way to fix “iPhone firmware file corrupt” would be to restore your iPhone through DFU mode on iTunes.
Instead of directly downloading the software on your iPhone, update via iTunes on a computer. To fix this iOS 16.1 error, first sign out of iCloud and then sign back.