If you've filled your iPhone with photos, videos, music and other content, you may not be able to download new apps. This can happen when the application depends on hardware that your iPhone doesn't have, such as Face ID or dual cameras, or when the app developer stops supporting older versions of iOS. When downloading an app, it should appear on the home screen as a dark application icon with a progress circle in the center. If you want to load applications as you used to before the disappearance of the App Store and without entering your Apple ID, there are several solutions.
We've listed them starting with the most common problems, which are the quickest to fix. The advantage is that you can use alternative app stores, install any application you want, and access the main iOS files. You don't need to jailbreak your device to download apps that aren't compatible with Apple, like Tutu Helper. While the App Store ecosystem may be restrictive, it is so that Apple can ensure the quality and security of applications.
After downloading an application to your iPhone, it may appear as a white icon with gray lines running through it. This is normal and indicates that the app is still downloading. To fix this issue, try restarting your device or check your internet connection. If you're still having trouble downloading apps to your iPhone, try resetting your device's settings.
This will reset all settings back to their default values without deleting any data. To do this, go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. If none of these solutions work for you, contact Apple Support for further assistance. They can help you troubleshoot any issues you may be having with downloading apps.