Automatic downloads can be problematic because they may use your mobile data without you knowing about it.
Some automatic updates for Apps are as big as 60MB.
The latest versions of i OS automatically remind users, frequently, to install whatever awaiting version of i OS is available for their i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch.
While you can postpone the software update 24 hours or choose to install it automatically in the middle of the night, often times users don’t want to install the update at all for a variety of reasons.
If you unluckily make your i Phone unable to use, like stuck or disable.
Rei Boot may give you a hand, this free tool is designed for solving various i OS devices stuck problems, as well as repairing the operation system.
When you connect an i Phone or i Pad to a computer with i Tunes and an i OS software update is available, you will be notified with a pop-up that tells you a new version of i OS is available and asks if you want to update to the new version of i OS system software.
Additionally, if you click on the “Check for Update” button in i Tunes when an i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch is connected, the same i OS software update process begins and the software will download and attempt to install.
But can you stop i OS software update notifications and reminders from constantly popping up on your i Phone or i Pad? This is probably not what you’re wanting to hear, but there isn’t a perfect way to stop i OS software updates from pestering you about an available update.
When Apple Company releases the latest i OS version, Apple users are always reminding to update their system.
Have you get tired of the notifications that you don't want to get your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod touch updated? Here we prepared something for you, and they might be helpful.
In fact, there are lots of benefits of updating the i OS version, it can not only fix bugs on your i OS devices, but also let you get the latest features and applications, as well as keep you up to date.
However, some users still hold the view that the new version i OS may somehow has more problems than before.
What make people annoy is that this notification may appear again and again, no matter when you open your i Phone it would be there. And there are some users who accidently click update button, and can we just stop this process? Improper operation always leads to i OS devices stuck and other kinds of i OS issues, case like Turn off the Wi-Fi when update; Pull up the USB cable while your i Phone was charging.