Forcing an update

cebixd

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Getting tired of this. Every 2 two days, my brand new 6S automatically, downloads iOS 11.0.3 and ask me about the update. How to avoid this? I have zero interest in iOS 11.
 
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C DM

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Oct 17, 2011
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Im
Getting tired of this. Every 2 two days, my brand new 6S automatically, downloads iOS 11.0.3 and ask me about the update. How to avoid this? I have zero interest in iOS 11.
Have you deleted the update from storage? I've done that with one device that I deal with and it hasn't bothered prompting for update since then.

Aside from that you can install a tvOS beta profile and that will prevent updates (automatic or otherwise).
 

flowsy

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Aug 16, 2009
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Im
Getting tired of this. Every 2 two days, my brand new 6S automatically, downloads iOS 11.0.3 and ask me about the update. How to avoid this? I have zero interest in iOS 11.
I deleted the update in settings/general/iphone storage and after a reboot the notification on the settings app is gone as well. It is now only visible in the settings/software-update section that there is an update available.
 

cebixd

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Dec 2, 2015
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Yeah, I've deleted the update from storage. Now well see. But this is the second time ive done that.
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Have you deleted the update from storage? I've done that with one device that I deal with and it hasn't bothered prompting for update since then.

Aside from that you can install a tvOS beta profile and that will prevent updates (automatic or otherwise).
Ill try to do that, tvos