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Apple iOS 9: How To Turn Off And ON Automatic App Updates On iPhone

Posted by Recomhub Tips on August 22, 2015
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For those that have recently update to iOS 9, one main issue is how to stop apps from automatically updating on the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5. Also, some want to have total control over what apps will update automatically.

While for those that don’t want to see the frequent automatic update notifications from the Apple Ap Store can also set your iPhone to auto-update. Either way, we’ll explain below how to turn OFF and ON automatic app updates from the App Store on your iPhone. Overall the process to set up the iPhone to update all your apps automatically is fairly easy. Users can even set it to update over WiFi only, to save the limited data they may have on any carrier plans as well.

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Should you keep automatic app updates ON or OFF?
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This decision comes down to you. Generally for those that are casual smartphone users or new to iOS 9, it may be best to leave automatic app updates turned ON. This would be to help eliminate constant app update notifications and help reduce problems with apps not working correctly since you could forget to update them.

While if you leave auto-update ON, you may not notice what features on the app is new. The reason for this is because you wouldn’t have read the new features when updating the app. You’ll just notice changes to popular apps like Facebook, YouTube, or even games you may play.

 

 

How to turn OFF & ON automatic app updates in iOS 9
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  1. Turn on your iPhone.
  2. From the Home screen, open the Settings app.
  3. Select on the iTunes & App Store.
  4. Below the section titled Automatic Downloads, you’ll see an item called Updates.
  5. Switch the toggle to turn OFF or ON automatic update.

 

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