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How to Turn Off iOS 11 Upgrade Notification on iPhone/iPad?

Published on 08 January 18
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"The update to iOS 11.2.1 notification keeps popping up on my iPhone screen from time to time, which really annoys me whenever I use my phone. What can I do? Can I turn off this notification?" - Kyle
It is indeed annoying when you dont want something to appear while it doesnt. If you have the same problem as Kyle, then turning off the nagging update notification is a priority. Read the following guide to solve the problem for good.
How to Turn Off iOS 11 Upgrade

Step 1:Go to Settings > iTunes&App Store on your iPhone;

Step 2: Find out where the "Automatic Downloads" is and then turn off the button ‘’Updates under it.
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This method is very simple but please note that the reason you are getting nagged is because the update was already downloaded and iOS wants you to install it. Sometimes, you will find you have no choose but to upgrade the new iOS version unwillingly.

If you have already been forced to install the new version, you can reset your iPhone/iPad to factory settings to degrade the iOS version and then set up your iPhone without Wi-Fi. To set up your iPhone without Wi-Fi can avoid the minor chance that the newest iOS 11 may upgrade automatically again during the process of your setting up. After setting up, you can repeat the steps mentioned above to turn off iOS 11 upgrade.
Things You May Concern:
If you can’t restore your iPhone from iTunes/iCloud successfully during the set up and afraid of losing iPhone data after factory reset, you can use Jihosoft iPhone Data Recovery - Recover Data from iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch to get all your data back. With this software, you can recover all your lost/deleted data from iPhone/iPad just in several simple clicks in a very short time.
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"The update to iOS 11.2.1 notification keeps popping up on my iPhone screen from time to time, which really annoys me whenever I use my phone. What can I do? Can I turn off this notification?" - Kyle

It is indeed annoying when you don’t want something to appear while it doesn’t. If you have the same problem as Kyle, then turning off the nagging update notification is a priority. Read the following guide to solve the problem for good.

How to Turn Off iOS 11 Upgrade

Step 1:Go to Settings > iTunes&App Store on your iPhone;

Step 2: Find out where the "Automatic Downloads" is and then turn off the button ‘’Updates under it.

How to Turn Off iOS 11 Upgrade Notification on iPhone/iPad? - Image 1

This method is very simple but please note that the reason you are getting nagged is because the update was already downloaded and iOS wants you to install it. Sometimes, you will find you have no choose but to upgrade the new iOS version unwillingly.

If you have already been forced to install the new version, you can reset your iPhone/iPad to factory settings to degrade the iOS version and then set up your iPhone without Wi-Fi. To set up your iPhone without Wi-Fi can avoid the minor chance that the newest iOS 11 may upgrade automatically again during the process of your setting up. After setting up, you can repeat the steps mentioned above to turn off iOS 11 upgrade.

Things You May Concern:

If you can’t restore your iPhone from iTunes/iCloud successfully during the set up and afraid of losing iPhone data after factory reset, you can use Jihosoft iPhone Data Recovery - Recover Data from iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch to get all your data back. With this software, you can recover all your lost/deleted data from iPhone/iPad just in several simple clicks in a very short time.

How to Turn Off iOS 11 Upgrade Notification on iPhone/iPad? - Image 2

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