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How to stop iOS update to the latest version notification?

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Apple does really disturb me when my iPhone pops up notification to upgrade to the latest iOS. It said that iOS 11 is not so good to the elder devices, I use an iPhone 6 and it works good as for now, I do not get used to upgrade, apps or system. If there's any way that can stop iOS nagging me to update to the latest version? Thanks for any help.

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That pop up isn't the iOS update pop up, it's the carrier settings update.

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Doesn’t work. It deletes it but it comes back in a few days. Eventually it stops for maybe a month. But then comes back again, despite my automatic updates being supposedly disabled. I’ve had the slider to off for almost a year, and I’ve deleted update pushes form apple about 40 or 50 times. This is an old “fix” and is only temporary. I’ve deleted the iOS 12 update 4 times in the last week, alone, despite doing this “fix” last winter.

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This is the best way I can think of.

1. Open the Settings app and go to “General”

2. Choose “Storage & iCloud Usage”

3. Go to “Manage Storage”

4. Locate the iOS software update that is nagging you and tap on it

5. Tap on “Delete Update” and confirm that you want to delete the update*

This deletes the available iOS update which stops the iOS update from popping up every day, however, the moment you’re on a sustained wi-fi connection for a while the iOS update will download itself again automatically and start sending pop-ups to install it again. If this happens, just redo the steps.

You won’t lose the ability to install the iOS update, you can download it again yourself by going to Settings > Software Update, or just join wi-fi and leave the device unattended and it will download automatically without prompting.

I hope this helps!

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Than you, Leo, your answer seems promising, I'll try it out.

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Keep me updated!

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Really helpful, thank you!

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I find the iOS update queries very disruptive as well however what you are showing us is a Carrier update, which I highly recommend you do. It will not affect or change your iOS.

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You may not have read my question, the screenshot is just a screenshot, I've chenged to another screenshot which can show the problem, but it is an iOS 9.0 update notification, I got it online, just for reference. Do not be so aggressive. I appreciate your quick reply, thanks anyway!

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