Getting annoyed by the automatic update and yet don’t know how to stop it? Here are the easy steps you can take to rid of it:
The iOS 14 is rumored to be launched within the year, and almost everyone is ecstatic in getting the new Apple system. However, not all iOS devices are compatible with the new system, and the automatic might even give you problems rather than upgrading your mobile features. And it will be a bit harder to downgrade once the update is installed. So, we have looked further into the web on how to stop your iOS device for automatically installing the new updates. Here’s how:
- Launch the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
- Select General -> Software Update.
- Tap Customize Automatic Updates.
4. To allow your device to download automatic updates over Wi-Fi, tap the toggle next to Download iOS Updates, so it’s in the green ON position.
5. If you don’t want software updates to be installed automatically overnight after they’ve been downloaded, tap the toggle next to Install iOS Updates to the grey OFF position.
Eventually, you will receive a notification before any updates are installed on your device. And for your device to have the upgrade, it must be currently charging and connected to a stable Wi-Fi connection. You also have to take note that the Download iOS Updates and Install iOS Updates section are enabled by default so, if you want to turn it off entirely, you must toggle them off.