How to Install Fortnite on iPhone or iPad [Step by Step]

Here’s How you can download and install Fortnite on iPhone and iPad after the ban: The removal of the famous MMORPG game – Fortnite from Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store is one of the biggest tech stories of last week. Last week, Epic Games released a new update that brings a new way to buy V-bucks in the game. And the new update uses Epic Game’s own payment system instead of Google and Apple, to cut the 30% in-app purchases fees.

As the new update hits Apple’s App Store, the company kicked-off the app from its app store. Just after a few hours, Google also pulled the app from its Play Store. Though, after the removal from the App Store and Play Store, Epic Games sues both Apple and Google over anti-competitive behavior.

If you’re an Android user and want to sideload Fortnite on your Android device after removal then check out this guide. While, If you’re using an iPhone or iPad, then make sure to follow the below-listed steps.

Let’s dive into the steps to Install Fortnite on iPhone or iPad.

Download and Install Fortnite on iPhone

If you’ve downloaded Fortnite on your iPhone or iPad in the past, then you can easily sideload the app on your iOS device. But if you haven’t download the Fortnite in the past, then there’s no way to get the app officially. Although, you can try sideloading it using third-party websites by creating a profile on a jailbroken device. If you’ve downloaded the app from the App Store in the past, then here are the steps to reinstall Fortnite on iOS devices. Here are the steps.

  1. Open the App Store on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Head over to the Purchased section > My Purchases.
  3. Search “Fortnite” or scroll down to find Fortnite under your Purchases.
  4. Tap on the app and hit the download icon.
  5. It will reinstall the app on your iOS device.
  6. That’s it.

As of now, the afore-mentioned way to sideload Fortnite on iPhone is working perfectly. If you’ve recently uninstalled the app from your iPhone or iPad and want to reinstall it. Then, make sure to give a try to this method.

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This is it. This is the simplest way to get Fornite on any iOS device after the ban. If you’ve any queries, then make sure to drop it in the comment section. Also, share this article with your friends on social media.

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Haneet Singh
He enjoys troubleshooting with iOS & Android devices. He loves to keep in touch with the latest technology! He loves to do experiments on new Operating Systems.

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