How to Disable/ Enable auto update apps in iPhone, iPad: iOS

Apple now serious about public always use new and updated apps, that can be possible through manually update with notification alert comes in notification centre or automatically update in iOS device as a background process. Here I am not discussing about iOS update, but only for installed Apps on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch running on iOS 8 or iOS 9. On behalf of new technology and features, developer always keeps your apps up to date with small or big update that will care your privacy, Security and improved user interface by Enable auto update apps in iPhone. In your iOS device ten to hundred of installed apps, manually check with each of app shouldn’t possible. In this case which is the best way for you? And which case user can use it? And when not?

Steps for Enable auto update apps in iPhone, iPad and iPod touch: iOS 8, iOS 9

Step 1: Go to the Setting app

Step 2: Scroll down, And Tap on iTunes & App store

Step 3: Enable Updates, after enabled this feature, we don’t need to update or check app update individually.Enable auto update apps in iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

Step 4: Now you are done.

With up to date app you can minimize chance about error on old data, files and server connection and configuration.

Disable Auto updates in iPhone, iPad and iPod touch: Setting > iTunes & App store > Updates (Disable toggle or Turn off)

Most of the iOS users set mind with disabled auto update apps on low internet speed, or Battery drain problem. But recently apple announced low power mode features that cover all the settings regarding to improve battery life on iOS device just single tap: enable low power mode in iOS 9.

The way of enable or disable auto update installed apps in iOS devices (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch) quite simple, But for the new folk here is the actual meaning about this option. Still are you confusing about Enable auto update apps in iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, put in below comment.