How to Allow Third-Party Apps on iPhone: A Step-by-Step Guide

If you’ve downloaded a third-party app from the app store and you keep getting the “unable to verify” warning sign, don’t worry – you’re not alone. This warning sign usually appears when your app has been blacklisted, or when your iPhone detects that the app is not allowed. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to get around this problem by clearing your cache from Safari.

First, go to your settings and turn on airplane mode. Then turn off your Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and make sure your cell phone is off as well. The reason for doing this is to isolate your phone’s history.

Next, scroll down until you get to apps, and select Safari. Scroll down again until you see the text in blue that says “clear history and website data.” By clearing your cache, you’re also clearing your history and website data, which will trick your phone into thinking that the third-party app isn’t downloaded or verified.

Before clearing your history and data, make sure that any information that you want to save on your phone from Safari has been backed up or saved somewhere else. Once you’ve cleared your history and data, go back to your home screen and turn off airplane mode. Check if your Wi-Fi is connected, and if your Bluetooth is on.

Your third-party apps should come back and be verified. This quick and easy fix will help you get around the “unable to verify” warning sign and allow you to use your favorite third-party apps on your iPhone.

Thanks for reading this step-by-step guide on how to allow third-party apps on iPhone. Don’t forget to back up your data and give this method a try.