If you ask people why they like everything Apple, the most likely answer you’ll get is that “it just works.” In fact, the company is so proud of the quality and reliability of its devices and products that it has adopted the ‘it just works’ tagline. However as software and hardware become more complicated, bugs and glitches are bound to surface their ugly heads. So, many of us doubt if this tagline is still applicable. One particular bug that is experienced by many users recently is the dreaded “Can’t Connect to App Store” error. Lucky for you, we have a quick solution.
When some users are first setting up their iPhone or iPad, they run into the Can’t connect to App Store error. The error seems to come out of nowhere and it is rather persistent. It’s particularly annoying because the error stays even if you restart or reset your iOS device and trying a different WiFi connection.
How to Fix Can’t Connect to App Store Error on iPhone & iPad?
The solution to fix “Can’t Connect to App Store” error is actually very simple, although it’s not too obvious. You will simply need to log out and log in again from the App Store. To achieve just that, simply follow the steps below:
- Open Settings.app, scroll down and tap iTunes & App Store.
- Tap your Apple ID and tap ‘Sign Out’ from the menu that will pop out. This will of course sign you out of iTunes
- To log in back again, re-enter your password on the Apple ID field.
Simple, right? This should fix “Can’t connect to App Store” error and you can now freely connect and browse the App Store. Any questions? Let us know in the comments section.Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback