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cebixd

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I dont want to update to iOS 17, at least for now. Can I somehow disable the update? Like before, installing apple tvOS profile
 
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hwojtek

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Set both to off.

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Paddle1

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Based on recent past history Apple likely won't be pushing iOS 17 for automatic install until a bit later down in the year anyways.

There's still at least one update coming for iOS 16.
 
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blinker

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Not upgrading to 17 will also automatically eliminate an upgrade to the WatchOS, so that's either a bonus or a problem, depending on how you look at it.
 

papbot

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Yeah good call. I just turned off automatic updating on my iPhone. From early reports it looks like iOS 17 comes with a serious decrease in battery life so I don't plan to be an early adopter on this one.
Haven’t seen any battery impacts but I only installed this on my devices last week, on my ipad some days before. I didn’t install earlier than that because of battery issues reported on the watches. But the final release(s) have been fine.
 

cebixd

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Im on 13 Pro and I doubt that iOS 17 will make my phone faster, it can only make it slower
 
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