Apple is flying high in the technology industry for a reason – they produce magnificent products that consumers seem to love every single year. Whether it’s an enhancement in the design, or additional, innovative features, they are always raising the bar which their competitors need to aim for. However, Apple products do still experience problems from time to time.
One of those is an issue when trying to restore an iPhone. The process should be a relatively simple one, as all you need to do is connect your iPhone to a computer via a cable, and iTunes should do the rest. But, for some people, the prompt “The iPhone could not be restored. An unknown error occurred (4013)/(4014)” is displayed, either due to a faulty cable, or a poor Wi-Fi signal.