Cancel iphone update

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By Lucy HattersleyContributor 08 Aug Is your iPhone constantly asking you to update iOS? If you're sick of the nagging and want to stop iOS trying to bully you into an update, you've come to the right place. This article is for those frustrated souls who just wish their iPhone or iPad would stop throwing up an alert saying "Software Update" with the only options being "Install Now" or "Remind Me Later".

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Put simply, it's because Apple wants as many users as possible to be on the latest version of iOS its operating system for iPhone and iPad. For many people, this is a good thing: an up-to-date iOS is more likely to have patches for recent malware and hacks.

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And it's good for Apple too because a user base that's mostly confined to one or two recent versions of the software is easier to manage and keep safe from security threats than a more fragmented and disparate one - like the Android user base. To encourage people to get on the latest version of iOS, Apple implemented a feature called Automatic Downlo. This downlo updates in the background; once one is downloaded, you're pushed to install it. Apple typically installs the software update at night when the iPhone or iPad is plugged in and charging.

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The reason you're getting these alerts is because Automatic Updates has downloaded the latest update to iOS, and the update is currently sitting on your iPhone or iPad and waiting to be activated. Automatic Updates are enabled by default, so you'll need to turn them off.

This won't help with the current update, but it will stop you from getting these messages in future. So the first thing you should do is dive into settings and turn Automatic Cancel iphone update off:. This will prevent iOS from downloading updates in future, although you'll still need to deal with the update you've downloaded.

Now it's time to get rid of the update on your iDevice. This will prevent iOS from throwing up the update alert at you every day. Turning off Automatic Updates and deleting the latest update from your Storage will prevent you from getting the alert windows in the future, although some users have reported that iOS re-downlo the update when the iPhone is connected to Wi-Fi.

You'll still get alerts from the App Store when Apple releases a new version.

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But these only come along every few months; not daily. A nuclear option for those who never want to see another update again, noted by our friends over on OSXDailyis to block the Apple Software Update Domains on your router. The process varies depending on the router. Typically you'll have to open your router's web-based interface, find a service called "Domain Blocking" or "Domain Block" and enter these two domains:.

You'll no longer be able to download updates.

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Note that this prevents software update from working completely. It's a slightly extreme way to prevent software updates, but some users may be determined to keep the latest version. We think it's wiser to tap Update Later and accept the update to the latest version of the software.

A clever method to stop iOS updates being flagged and automatically installed is, counterintuitively, to install an up-to-date version of tvOS, a bizarre but apparently reliable method devised by Joaquim Barbosa. That way the software update feature will be fooled into thinking you're up to date and won't notice that iOS is still on an older version.

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Read the full method on iDownloadblog. All Rights Reserved. Author: Lucy HattersleyContributor Contributor.

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How to stop an iPhone from asking to update iOS