Every time an update is released for iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, a message will start popping up to ask if you need to upgrade to the new iOS version. Many users who do not want to upgrade will feel very annoyed, but is there any way to stop receiving updates? Of course, this tutorial will tell you how to permanently remove iPhone update for iOS 14 to stop receiving the update notification.
Some users pointed out that the iOS 14 update prompt will be stopped as long as the iPhone date is set to 8/30. However, after setting the wrong date, you may be disordered and your iPhone notification will stop working.
Go to Settings > General > Date & Time, turn off the “auto set" option and adjust the time to August 30th.
After removing the iOS 14 beta software profile from your iPhone, the update notifications will soon be stopped. And the steps work for all models of iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and any iOS versions.
Step 1. Click and run Settings app on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Step 2. There are several options on the settings interface. Click General, then tap on ‘Profile’.
Step 3. “iOS Beta Software Profile” from Apple company will be listed under “Configuration Profile”. Just hit on it and the tab of “Delete Profile” will be available for you to remove the iOS Software Profile.
Step 4. Click on this “Delete Update” option and you will be prompted to enter the passcode first.
Step 5. After uninstalling the update on iPhone, you can use your iPhone without being interrupted by the iOS 14 update notification.
Some users may need to reinstall the new iOS update file to fix iOS system issues they have on their iPhone after removing the software update file. Then, how to perform the restore without the software profile? Let’s show you how to use iTunes to update iOS on your iPhone.
Step 1. If you are using a Mac, iTunes will be built in the computer. You can skip the steps to install iTunes. If you are using a Windows computer, you must first install the iTunes on the computer. You can download the latest version from the official website.
Step 2. After opening iTunes, connect the iPhone to the computer first. We recommend that you use the original Lightning cable pr MFi-certified Lightning cable to connect the device to pc. This is to ensure that the device is safe to use and the update process will not be interrupted due to poor quality of the USB cable.
Step 3. After connecting the iPhone to your computer, we can update the iOS system now. First, we can see the icon of the iPhone on the page menu in the upper left corner of iTunes. Click to switch to the management page of the iPhone.
Step 4. Find the option to "Check for Updates" and click this button.
Step 5. After iTunes has checked the latest update, a message will pop up require you to update your iPhone immediately. Select "Download and Update" here.
Step 6. iTunes will start downloading the full update of iOS, the files are almost 2.5 GB or higher (the files in each version will be different), it usually takes a little time to download. Once the download is complete, iTunes will automatically update the new iOS to your iPhone.
Joan J. Mims is interested in researching all tips about iPhone, iPad and Android. He loves to share useful ideas with all users.