Fix iOS 17.0.1 App Store Update Tab Missing on iPhone and iPad

Last Updated on Mar 15, 2022after Update iOS, in iOS 15 Where is Update Tab on the App Store on the iPhone and iPad? or Unable to Find Pending updates for App in iOS 15 App Store. This is a Big change in the iOS App Store. Also, Check important iOS 15 features on iPhone and iPad. Personally, I am enjoying it a lot my iPhone after updating it to iOS 15. Apple has made many changes in the system settings and default applications; somehow interface of iPhone and iPad is improved. One of the unexpected changes is App Store gets a new interface and the Update tab is missing in App Store on iOS 15.

The very first question comes in mind is Where is Update Tab in the App Store on my iPhone and iPad. How to update apps in iOS 15 on iPhone and iPad. The update tab is replaced by Arcade in the App Store of iOS. The update tab is moved to the profile section of the App Store.

Here’s Where is an App Update section in iOS 15, iPadOS?

  • Step #1: Open the “App Store” on your iOS 15 device.
  • Step #2: Tap on your Profile icon which is located on the top-right side of the screen.

    Find Profile Option on App Store on iPhone

    Find Profile Option on App Store on iPhone

  • Step #3: Scroll a little, there all the Applications available to update.
  • Step #4: Tap “Update All” or tap “Update” next to a particular application.

    Update Tab under App Store on iPhone to Find Pending Apps for Update

    Update Tab under App Store on iPhone to Find Pending Apps for Update

  • Step #5: To check the Updated Apps in iOS 15, scroll all the way to bottom.
  • Step #6: Under Updated Recently, it will show the updated apps.
  • That’s it.

We can enable auto-update all pending app from iPhone settings, After that, we don’t need to update apps manually like this.

  1. Stop manually check updates for installed Apps on iPhone and iPad, Turn on Automatic Downloads: Settings app > iTunes & App Stores > Under the Automatic Downloads Enable “Apps” toggle.
  2. That’s it.

Update Apps Tab on iPad App Store After Re-designed

iPad users can follow the below steps to find all pending apps updates installed on the iPad. check out all pending Update for App and Be yourself Up-to-date.

  1. Open App Store on the iPad.

    Update Apps on iPad from App Store

    Update Apps on iPad from App Store

  2. Next, Tap on the Profile icon from the top right corner of the iPad screen.

    Update Apps option on iPad App Store

    Update Apps option on the iPad App Store

  3. Then, Find the Update All section, Swipe down to find more app and update the required apps. Here are the all pending updates, because you have to disable automatic apps update over wifi is off from the settings app.

    Update Pending apps for Update on iPad

    Update Pending apps for Update on iPad

  4. That’s it.

How many of you appreciate, the change in the App Store by Apple? Well, we can’t do anything except for following those above steps and update Apps on iPhone. On the other side, you are getting a much better Arcade tab, which will take your gaming experience to the next level. These games will be added soon, just give some time to Apple.

There is one benefit of preferring the above steps, if you want to delete the applications on iOS 15 then swipe left on the app and tap “Delete” right from the App Store profile. So this is how you can Delete Apps in iOS 15 and iPadOS 15.

Get Video to Delete an App before or after update directly from App Store iOS 15

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  1. I don’t like the new app update location at all. It didn’t even tell me which apps had an update available. I had to select “update all” to even see what would update. Not to mention having to get past a screen for a free trial of something I don’t want.

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