We used to be able to discuss this, but today the “If it works, don’t touch it” couldn’t be further from the truth. Devices like the iPhone are part of our daily lives, they hold our personal information and we need to Always keep them updated to the latest version that is possible to ensure not only good performance but also good security. The consequences of not upgrading are clear.
We’ll explain how to update iOS to the latest version so you’re always up to date and automate the process so you can forget about the task.
Before the update you must prevent
First of all, you must be warned: the first thing you should do before updating is to backup your iPhone. Errors during the update are very rare, but not impossible. It always comes in handy in the event of a disaster have a copy of the data so that it can be easily retrieved.
Once you’ve made that copy in iCloud or locally on a Mac or PC, it’s time to update. In the settings, go to the General section and then to ‘Software update‘. If you are up to date, you will see the message “iOS is up to date”. Otherwise, the option to download and update iOS will appear:
Be careful: if you see the option to download and update iOS is greyed out, it means your iPhone has very little free space and you need to empty it to free up space. There are several ways to free up space on your iPhone such as: B. Uninstall any apps you don’t use.
Updating iOS is so easy that even iPhone can do it alone
Now you have free hands to download and install iOS. You have to be patient here, as the download can take a long time and you then have to verify all the data with Apple’s servers. Depending on the age of your phone, the update can take more than half an hour, so it’s best to do it yourself Do it with iPhone connected to power and a Wi-Fi network.
If you don’t need to manually update iOS every time a new version is available, you can turn on automatic updates so everything happens while you charge your iPhone overnight (although the update may take a little longer than normal). use).
To enable this option, you can go back to the same “Software update” section and type “Automatic updates” to enable these two options:
This way iOS will be downloaded and updated while you sleep and you let the iPhone charge its battery. If you don’t like going through the process or don’t mind being one of the first to know about new releases, it’s the best thing you can do to stop worrying.
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