Currently Being ModeratedOct 2, 2012 1:12 PM (in response to MrPhilkok)
Lol strange didn't work for me, I disable automatic time and put the date forward a few years, go back to App Store to try and update the app an it starts updating! When it finishes , the same error appears. But at least it updates. I've switched it back auto and it doesn't work. I take it off auto and set the date manually to the correct time and it still doesn't work. I'm getting nothin but problems from this iphone(5)
Currently Being ModeratedOct 7, 2012 7:25 AM (in response to jstock14)
My iPhone Carnt connect with iTunes either it don't update my apps and I Carnt download any new ones either I have even tried doing what everyone been try the advice 'MrPhilok' has given and turning it off and on again help please anyone?
Currently Being ModeratedOct 7, 2012 8:09 AM (in response to Sammie4797)
As I've only had my new iPhone 5 for two weeks, it is still covered under apples warranty. I phoned apple yesterday who said that the fix suggested above is a fix for the iOS 5 software. As I was on the phone with the apple support crew, I figure out that I could connect to the App Store and download an app when I turned my wifi off. Apple then came to the conclusion that its a hardware issue and my wifi card is faulty. Yes I could connect to my home wifi and other wifi networks and surf the net with no problem. The problem with downloading apps was the only issue I came across with the faulty wifi card. Apple are sending me a replacement handset