One of the recurring errors almost all iPhone and iPad users face is the Invalid Address. This particularly happens when they download a free or a paid app from the App Store. It is also found that invalid address error irritates users when they update existing apps on their iPhone or iPad.
This tutorial is designed to fix Invalid Address error while updating/purchasing apps from App Store on iPhone running iOS 10 or iOS 11.
New users should note that the Invalid Address Error has been occurring for the last couple of years. First, it appeared back in 2011, and since then, iPhone and iPad users have been facing this issue. There is no official solution released by Apple on its community, but we have got the answer to the problem. So if you want to fix Invalid Address Error on your iPhone or iPad, follow this tutorial.
How to Fix Invalid Address Error While Updating or Purchasing Apps from App Store on iPhone Running iOS 10 or iOS 11
We list here two methods to fix the issue of Invalid Address on the iPhone.
As mentioned above, an Invalid Address error appears when you update an existing app or download a new one.
Enter your Apple ID password when you see an Invalid Address pop-up. Once you type in the password, tap on Continue. (Follow this guide if you have Forgotten Apple ID Password)
Now you are landed on your Account screen; here you need to do a minor change in your residential address. Alternatively, you can also tap on None field.
Tap on the Done button from the top right corner and you can see another pop-up, which allows you to download the app.
Finally, tap on the OK button.
There is another way you can fix Invalid Address error while updating/purchasing apps from App Store on iPhone running iOS 10 or iOS 11.
How to Fix Invalid Address Error in Apps Store on iPhone or iPad
Launch the Settings app on your iOS device.
Scroll down and tap on iTunes & App Store.
Tap on your Apple ID.
Next, you need to tap on View Apple ID from the list of options given in a box.
Enter your Apple ID password and tap Sign In.
Now you are on the Account screen; tap on Payment Information.
Scroll down to the BILLING ADDRESS section and here, make a minor change in the address. You may add or delete something (unnecessary).
Tap on the Done button.
Now go back to your App Store on iPhone or iPad and try to download or update the app.
That’s it! Most probably, the error will be fixed on your device. We have done it this way.
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