Generally, when the new iPhone updates are released, It will be automatically downloaded onto the iOS devices when connecting to Wi-Fi. As such it is reasonable for users to feel irritated by repeated reminders to update the operating system.
Software updates highlight one drawback in iPhone, which is the inability to install an external memory card to the device. Because installing an update, invariably take up memory space. Another reason why they do not install iPhone update is that it shifts them from an OS which has been great to an unexpected change.
How to Delete iPhone Updates
If you have eventually fallen into the temptation of the repeated iPhone update pop-ups. Here is a way to reverse the process.
Delete iPhone updates For Versions before iOS 11
- Go to the Settings app on your iPhone
- Proceed to “General”.
- Select and enter “Storage & iCloud Usage”.
- Then, “Manage Storage”.
- Locate and tap on the iOS software update.
- Tap “Delete Update”
Then confirm the deletion of the iPhone update.
How to turn off Automatic iPhone Updates
Automatic Updates are usually on by default. So you might not need to authorize it before it is downloaded. The following steps will guide you on how to stop automatic iPhone updates and the nagging remainder
- Go to Settings.
- Tap on iTunes & App Store.
- proceed to the Automatic Downloads section and turn off Updates.
The iOS will stop downloading future iPhone update.
Then stop receiving iOS update reminder even if iPhone/iPad is connected to Wi-Fi.
Just to add I know that most iPhone users delete updates for various reasons. But the truth about iPhone updates is that it only takes up 200MB which is not so much. It is important to state this for those users deleting iPhone updates because of memory space.
Locate and delete songs and old photo instead, or shift phone content to the free iCloud space. You can also increase iCloud space provision.