Get Your Login Info Ready
Gather your login information before you move to install the iOS 10.3.3 update on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to avoid potential headaches.
If you install iOS 10.3.3 through the device's settings you'll need the device's passcode if it has one enabled. If it's your device, this won't be a problem.
If you're installing for someone else, you'll want to track this down beforehand otherwise you won't be able to continue.
You'll also want to have your Apple login information handy. If this is your first time installing iOS 10 on your device, iOS 10.3.3 will prompt you to input your Apple ID during the installation process. If you've forgotten your user name or password, it's time to track that information down.
Most of you will already know those. But how about your various logins for your apps? There's a chance iOS 10.3.3 will log you out of some of your apps and services forcing you to log back in.
If you haven't had to login to an app for a long time there's a chance you've forgotten your user name and/or password.
We recommend tracking down the information for your most important apps ahead of your install. That way, you won't have to waste time after you get your new update on board.