And it worked for me, so probably you will also get positive results.
This doesn't happen usually but just in case apps get stuck at “Waiting” when you try to install or update them, there's really nothing much you can do but to cancel the download and restart it. There are certain cases where this might happen all too often.
Network, available free space and apps running the background can all play a role in this issue.
In this situation, you need to clear App Store cache memory on your i Phone and i Pad. If it is already ON, you can toggle it OFF and then again turn it ON.
Also Check: How to Clear i Phone Ram Memory Almost all i Phone and i Pad users update apps by tapping on the Update button from Pending Updates screen. This is one of the most effective solutions when you face the issue of apps stuck on downloading or updating.
Perhaps this could be the reason why app developers regularly update their apps for users.
But what if you fail to update the existing apps or not able to download any fresh app on your i Phone?
If you've got a bunch of them running in the background, this slows down the system quite a bit.
To solve this, go to the multitask switcher by double-pressing the home button and then removing all apps that are running in the background.
Well, we have tried different solutions on our i OS devices and now we are offering a few that worked.