iOS 13.6 improves the management of the automatic updates
Apple has released the second beta of iOS 13.6 and iPadOS 13.6 developers. Updates include new controls to manage software updates, including the download and automatic installation.
The new setting automatic Updates allows you to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to automatically download software updates when we’re connected to the Wi-Fi. “iPhone will automatically download updates via Wi-Fi,” is how Apple describes the new switch.
iOS and iPadOS allow us to install software updates automatically during the night and the new switch is based simply on that function. It is not necessary to manually download an update, iOS but we will issue a push notification before an update is installed during the night:
Install software updates automatically during the night after they have been downloaded. You will be notified before installation of updates. Your iPhone should be charging and connected to Wi-Fi to complete the update.
In addition, we will be able to turn the option off if we do not want our device to automatically download a new update. This new option will be a welcome change for those who do not wish to automatically download updates to iOS without permission, because this can occupy valuable storage space.
The new option is enabled by default, but you can manage the setting by going to Settings> General> software Update> Customize automatic Updates.