Last updated on May 1st, 2019 at 09:53 am
Looking for automatic updates of the latest iOS on your iPhone or iPad? Here is the quick and latest guide for all you are looking for. Apple regularly provides latest updates to its iOS, MacOS and every time you received the notification mark on the Settings icon on your iOS device. But, whenever the latest iOS release your device turns to automatic update.
Why to set automatic iOS update?
It is recommended to use always the updated version on your device to keep them secure with online threats. Along with this, it is also recommended to keep your device sync with iCloud storage so that you will not important data while updating iOS.
How to Enable Automatic iOS Update on iPhone or iPad
1.Open Settings on your iOS device.
2. Go to General option and choose Software Update.
3. Turn on the toggle button next to Automatic Updates.
With these steps, every time with the latest release of new iOS version your device automatic gets the notification and updated the current iOS version.
You must note that your device must be connected to WiFi connection and plug into the charging for automatic updates otherwise the automatic update will not proceed.
Anytime if you think that you are no longer required for automatic updates or if you don’t require frequent updates then you can turn this feature off and manually update the device whenever you want.
Turn Off the Automatic Updates
2. Navigate to General> Software Update> Automatic Update. Turn it Off.
With these simple steps you can disable automatic update.
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