How to Update an iPhone? Know Here!

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How to update an iPhone

The newest iOS or iPadOS can be downloaded and installed wirelessly on your device.

A computer can be used to perform a manual update on a device if the update doesn’t show up on the device itself. Find out how to manually update your device if you’re running macOS Mojave or older, macOS Catalina or later, or Windows.

Update your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch wirelessly

  1. Back up your device using iCloud or your computer.
  2. Plug your device into power and connect to the internet with Wi-Fi.
  3. Go to Settings > General, then tap Software Update.
  4. Choose the software update that you want to install. You can choose to stay on iOS or iPadOS 15 and still get important security updates. Or you can choose the option to upgrade to iOS or iPadOS 16.
  5. Tap Install Now. If you see Download and Install instead, tap it to download the update, enter your passcode, then tap Install Now.

If you get an alert when updating wirelessly

Learn what to do if you see an alert message while trying to update your device wirelessly.

Some software updates aren’t available wirelessly. VPN or proxy connections might prevent your device from contacting the update servers.

If you need more space when updating wirelessly

If a message asks to temporarily remove apps because the software needs more space for the update, tap Continue to allow apps to be removed. After installation is complete, those apps are automatically reinstalled. If you tap Cancel instead, you can delete content manually from your device to add more space.

Customize automatic updates

Your device can update automatically overnight while it’s charging.

 Turn on automatic updates

  1. Go to Settings > General > Software Update.
  2. Tap Automatic Updates, then turn on Download iOS Updates.
  3. Turn on Install iOS Updates. Your device will automatically update to the latest version of iOS or iPadOS. Some updates might need to be installed manually.

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Install Rapid Security Responses

Rapid Security Responses deliver important security improvements more quickly before they become part of other improvements in a future software update.

To get Rapid Security Responses automatically:

  1. Go to Settings > General > Software Update.
  2. Tap Automatic Updates.
  3. Make sure that “Security Responses & System Files” is turned on.

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If you don’t want Rapid Security Responses to be installed automatically, you can install Rapid Security Responses like software updates.

If you need to remove a Rapid Security Response:

  1. Go to Settings > General > About.
  2. Tap iOS Version.
  3. Tap Remove Security Update.

You can reinstall the Rapid Security Response later, or wait for it to be installed permanently as part of a standard software update.

 

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