If you’re an iPhone or iPad user, chances are you get those nagging iOS updates notifications that you just don’t want. Whether you’re worried the latest update would slow your phone down, or whether you just don’t want that update right now, there’s a way to make those notifications stop bumming you out. Here’s how.
If you’re not jailbroken.
You don’t have to. And it’s easier than you might think. Here’s the step-by-step process.
- Open Safari and load this link: hikay.github.io/app/NOOTA.mobileconfig.
- You’ll get a prompt asking you to install a profile. After making sure the profile is trustable, follow the instructions and complete the installation. You’ll be done in a few seconds.
- Turn off your device and switch it on again.
- Head over to Software Update under general Settings. You won’t see any more iOS update notifications.
What happened here?
The profile that you just installed will enroll you in the beta program for tvOS. It’s not exactly legit because now instead of looking for iOS updates, your device will look for beta updates from tvOS. And since it’s not looking for any updates, you won’t get any update notifications.
Bet you didn’t know there was an easy way to get around those annoying notifications. Don’t worry, though if you want to reverse what you just did, just uninstall the profile you installed earlier and reboot your device. Things will be back to normal, and you can rest assured without being guilty of jailbreaking.
But if you’re already jailbroken…
That’s fine, too. Just follow this guide to pause those pesky update notifications.