Sometimes, to get the Apps you like, it's necessary for you to change App Store country or region on your iPhone. For example, you may need to switch to American App Store because the App you want is available in American App Store only. No matter which country or region you want to switch your App Store to on your iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus in iOS 11, you can read this article to learn how to change App Store country or region in iOS 11 on iPhone within minutes. For more tips on how to use your iDevices in iOS 11, go to iOS & Mac Topics to find what you need.
Switching to American App Store is set as an example in this article, you can change your App Store country or region following the same way. (Can't download Apps on iPhone/iPad? No worry. Learn how to fix it from the solutions provided.)
Step 1: Go to Settings on your iPhone X/8/8 Plus in iOS 11.
Step 2: Tap on [your name] and then choose iTunes & App Store.
Step 3: Click your Apple ID and select View Apple ID.
Step 4: Then in the Account Settings page, you can choose the option Country/Region.
Step 5: Tap on Change Country or Region and choose the country or region you want to change your App Store to.
Step 6: After that, click Agree when you see Terms & Conditions. Then click Agree again to confirm.
Step 7: Now you need to set a payment method that is valid in the selected country or region, which is the last step you need to change App Store country/region on your iPhone X/8/8 Plus in iOS 11.
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