Apple iOS update keeps popping up - iOS 14.2 Beta Update Rolls Out with Pop-up Notifications

We show how to stop your iPhone or iPad from trying to download and install the latest iOS software update, and how to disable the endless nagging notifications

 Apple users recently report a seemingly "bug" in the iOS 14.2 Beta version that occasionally pops-up several notifications about a new software update that moves away from the beta-testing release of the operating system. Users are getting confused over Apple's pop-up bugs for the iOS 14 that only has the "close" option and no software files along with it.

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"

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.

How to turn off Automatic Updates

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 Updates off:

  1. Tap Settings.
  2. Tap iTunes & App Store.
  3. In the section headed Automatic Downloads, set the slider next to Updates to Off (white).

This will prevent iOS from downloading updates in future, although you'll still need to deal with the update you've downloaded.

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