How to Turn Off Popup: new iOS 17.3.1 Update is Now Available Please Update From the iOS

The new setting is in iOS; you will get the automatic download when you allow the permission like automatic software update in iOS 15.4. This is the alert message that will inform you about the new iOS update is available for your device. So we can start the update when you want. If you don’t want a message like this, you should turn off or disable automatic software update from the settings app that I am showing here.

Apple gives amazing options and settings for making your iOS device up to date and error-free. In this case, what should you have to do?

Update for Affected Users: Right now this is a bug according to iOS Developer that arises on iOS 15.5 beta 1 released, Fix the Problem after an update automatically.

Troubleshooting tips: Turn off or Stop your iPhone Showing A new iOS update is now available please update from the iOS

Turn off iOS 12 Software Update Popup on iPhone and iPad, iPod

Step 1: Go to the Settings app on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch running on devices.

Step 2: Next, to the settings app, go to the General > and software update > scroll down on the last of the screen if you have recently any update available otherwise this option will be at top of the screen.

Step 3: Open the software update > and set to disable the toggle for that.

Go back to the previous screen, See Another option “Cancel AutoInstall“. Also, Install the pending software update that has been downloaded but not installed on your iOS device.

1 Stop Update iOS alert on iPhone

Useful: And the same story for the Mac users also, they can also disable or turn off automatic software update and top alerting the message like this on the Mac notification bar. Turn off Software Update Notification on Mac after Disable Automatic MacOS Update.

I would like to recommend getting it enabled because you will get new updates automatically. But some peoples are ignoring and looks annoying about this message.

You don’t make any changes till now then go to the force restart your iOS device and try to above steps again.

  • For iPhone 8 8 plus and X: quickly press and release the volume up button and volume down button turn by turn. Now only press and hold the side button until you see the Apple logo on the screen.
  • iPhone 7/7 Plus, iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPhone 5S: Force Restart Guide

Once your iPhone rebooted. Check it should fix.

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