Here’s how to remove iOS update from iPhone and iPad. Check the quick method to remove any reason and stay where you are. By uninstalling the iOS update files that are automatically downloaded in the background, it can be large, from 500 MB to 3 GB. So, if you delete it, there will be space available on your device.
Another day, another great tutorial for iOS users who would love to hear from us. On this day, we share a very basic tutorial that users usually ask on any iOS forum or Facebook group. We always bring fast ways for you for every problem, so here we are again.
If you are looking for a method to remove the iOS update from your device when you are in the right place. It does not matter for what reason you want to remove this update. Users usually do not have enough storage available to install another update.
Or there is a chance that you are waiting for the upcoming Jailbreak by the team. Yes, this is also a reason why you do not want to update your device. Either way, here’s how to remove the current downloaded iOS update from your iPhone and iPad. The method is the same for both devices.
Uninstall iOS or iPadOS update to free storage
No matter what device you are on, just follow the steps below and uninstall the update on your device. But if you use iOS 12 or higher, you can manually disable the automatic updates on your device. To do this, just go to Settings> General> Software Update> Disable Automatic Download. If the download is still available and you want to remove it, let’s do it.
- Go to Settings on your device.
- Go to the General section.
- Now go to iPhone / iPad storage.
- Check for the iOS update and tap on it. As you can see on the screenshot “iOS 12 Public beta 8” update that requires 2.55 GB of storage.
- Press the delete button.
That’s it. This is a very quick and easy method. You do not need to install any third-party app on your device to do this. Now you can check the update again. It is not necessary to use the tvOS profile to block the updates, as you can stop automatic updates on modern iOS and iPadOS devices.
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