Did you notice that iOS devices are being automatically updated unintentionally? Here's how to help you solve it, apply for iOS 11 and you can do it for other versions of iOS.
Apple has publicly released the iOS
bug fixes and added some enhancements in some versions to enhance the user experience as well as smooth usage. However, every time you update, your device may be a little slower, and in some cases, you will have to go back to the older version of iOS.
You yourself can control the updates on iOS.
When you accidentally tap the Download and Install option in Software Update, it downloads the latest software update and asks you to install it on your iPhone. With the downloaded software update, it can automatically install the latest version of iOS at any time without interaction from you.
So, to get rid of automatic software update issues, there is an option for you to disable and cancel this feature. This applies to iOS devices like the iPhone running iOS version 11 or later.
Cancel automatic software updates
- Go to Settings> General> Software Update.
Cancel Auto Install to turn off automatic iOS update install.
- There you will see the option Cancel Auto Install.
- Simply tap on it and it will stop updating the software automatically.
Stop updating software automatically
- Access Settings.
- Go to the iPhone Storage section.
Select Delete Update to delete the data inside the downloaded iOS update.
- Scroll down to see the iOS installation file.
- Touch and select Delete Update.
From now on you can stop updating the software automatically on your iPhone. In the future, you can go back to making manual updates to the device.
Hope it helps!