Apple rolls out a major software update yearly at the Worldwide Developers convention (WWDC). All through the year, it assists in keeping releasing small updates and fixes sporadically for iPhone users. The major annual iOS update continuously brings along UI enhancements, new features, and a slew of bug fixes. It is strongly recommended that iPhone users stay up to the moment on their software to retain their privacy and security intact. Typically, Apple sends out a notification when an update is rolled out on all compatible iPhone handsets, but users can also manually go and check for an update, and download it.
How to upgrade your iPhone software
There are a couple of ways to upgrade the software on your iPhone. The very best one is to set it on automatic in order that your device updates automatically overnight while charging. Then again, whether you like to take charge on the download patterns, then we’ve mentioned two ways in which you’ll be able to upgrade. One is the wireless method through your iPhone and the other is by the usage of a Mac computer. Before we begin explaining the process, it is vital that you backup your data.
Update your iPhone wirelessly
Connect your iPhone to a charger. Be sure that your Wi-Fi connection is strong and secure. Note that this needs Wi-Fi and cannot be done over a mobile data connection.
On your iPhone, go to Settings > General > Software Update.
Whether a new update is to be had, details approximately the iOS update and its changelog will be mentioned. Once content, click on Download and Install option. Your download will now start. The speed depends on how fast your Internet connection is.
Once the download is total, tap Install Now. You’ll also tap Later and select Install Tonight or Remind Me Later. Whether you tap Install Tonight, just plug your device into power before you fall asleep. Your device will update automatically overnight.
The iPhone may ask for your passcode/ password/ fingerprint before beginning the installation process. Enter the essential information and the installation process will have to begin.
Once the installation process is done, the iPhone will reboot.
In case you are running on iOS 12 or later, the iPhone can also update automatically overnight while it is on charging. To turn on automatic updates, go to Settings > General > Software Update > Customize Automatic Updates, then turn on Install iOS Updates. Even after you turn this on, some updates might still wish to be installed manually.
Update your iPhone the usage of your computer
Whether the wireless method doesn’t give you the results you want, then you’ll be able to try to update the usage of a pc. You are going to need a Wi-Fi or Ethernet network before you update.
Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer via the charging cable. On a Mac with macOS Catalina 10.15, open Finder. On a Mac with macOS Mojave 10.14 or earlier, or on a PC, open iTunes.
After the phone is loaded, click Check for Update under General or Settings.
Next, Click Download and Update.
Whether asked, enter your passcode. Follow the on-screen directions to guide you through the remainder of the process.
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