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But do you know how to stop i Phone from nagging you about updating to the i OS 11/10? If you think the method above is a little complicated, there is another way recommended here.
Fone Paw i OS System Recovery does well in this case to restore i Phone and i Pad in recovery mode, disabled i Phone/i Pad to normal status.
Depending on how long it's been since your last backup, this might take 30 seconds or a decent chunk of time. You may want to consider enabling encryption for this backup, which will carry over i OS "keychain" info (passwords for email accounts, Wi-Fi networks and various apps and websites) as well as any Health or Home Kit data you may have -- very handy should you need to restore your i Phone.
Just tick the box next to Encrypt i Phone backup before hitting step 3.
It should look something like this: The update alert comes up again and again.
It seems like that Apple won't stop the nagging until we get the update.
Note: If you don't want to update to the newest OS, you can choose the previous version in the list but if Apple closes the entrance to get that i OS version, you must upgrade at that time.
On the other hand, you can download the firmware that you want to install on your i Phone from IPSW Downloads on your PC.
Backups include apps and app documents, preferences, contacts, calendars, messages and more.
To do that, the company rolled out a feature named "Automatic Downloads".
When a new version of i OS, for example, i OS 10/11 is released, your i Phone/i Pad/i Pod will automatically download the update for you, mostly at night when the device is charging. This will stop i OS from downloading update automatically for you in the future. You can easy recognize it because it is named as something like "i OS 10.0.2", "i OS 11.0.1".
Step 1: Connect your i Phone to your computer via USB sync cable.
Step 3: If you see a Trust This Computer message, go ahead and agree to it.