By default, apps on iPhone or iPad are updated automatically overnight when connected to power and a Wi-Fi network. It is a very useful feature if you are the type of person who will always use the latest version of the apps. But the way some app updates move on can be a double-edged sword.
You wake up one day and find out that your favorite photo editor (like Snapseed) has redesigned the entire interface. And what if you don't like the new design? Because this is iOS, there's no easy way to roll back an app update. If you've been burned by a similar experience before, it's time to turn off automatic updates for good. Return to manually updating apps and getting control back in your life.
How to stop automatic app updates on iPhone and iPad
Step 2 : Touch iTunes and the App Store .
Step 3 : From Automatic downloads you'll find the option Updates and turns it off.
Now none of the apps on the iPhone or iPad will update on their own. Let's take a look at home to update apps in the old style.
How to manually update applications on iPhone and iPad
The fact that you have turned off automatic updates does not mean you are ready. You still need to update apps at a time. Apps like WhatsApp or Messenger may stop working if you are not in the latest version. And for some applications and games like PUBG, you can actively look for new updates.
Here are the updates tab in the App Store. Open the app App Store and press the Updates tab. Here is a list of all the apps with available updates. You can take the time to read the app release notes to see what's new in the update. Press the More button to expand the release notes description.
Once you have made sure that you want to update an app, click the Update button. To update all the apps listed in one case, click the Update All button.
How do you manage apps on iPhone?
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