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Usually the syncing is fast and is without any glitches.
Carrier settings updates are small files that can include updates from Apple and your carrier to carrier-related settings, such as network, calling, cellular data, messaging, personal hotspot, and voicemail settings.
You may receive notifications from time to time to install new carrier-settings updates.
Follow these instructions to update your carrier settings: Note: Occasionally a carrier may release a mandatory update.
This type of update will display only an OK button instead of an Update button, to let you know that the update was downloaded and installed.
If you need to know the version of the carrier settings your device has, tap Settings Note: If you insert a new SIM or micro-SIM card into your i Phone or i Pad, you'll need to download the carrier settings for the new carrier wirelessly.
Carrier settings are available only for i Phone support carriers and i Pad partner carriers.
If you're not using a partner carrier, you will need to set up the carrier's settings manually. Information about products not manufactured by Apple, or independent websites not controlled or tested by Apple, is provided without recommendation or endorsement.
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Here are some tips to ensure that your i Phone syncs smoothly.
Install the latest version of i Tunes Check whether i Tunes installed on your Mac or PC needs to be updated.
For i Tunes on a Mac, go to i Tunes, and click ‘Check for Updates’.