This won't help with the current update, but it will stop you from getting these messages in future.
So the first thing you should do is dive into settings and turn Automatic Updates off: This will prevent i OS from downloading updates in future, although you'll still need to deal with the update you've downloaded.
To re-enable Windows Update simply repeat these four steps, but change the Startup Type to ‘Automatic’ Option 2: Setup A Metered Connection Windows 10 offers users on metered connections a compromise: to save bandwidth Microsoft confirms the operating system will only automatically download and install updates it classifies as ‘Priority’.
While Microsoft doesn’t reveal its method of classification, this does cut down more frivolous updates which typically include new drivers and software features - both of which have already caused stability problems.
This downloads updates in the background; once one is downloaded, you're pushed to install it.
Apple typically installs the software update at night when the i Phone or i Pad is plugged in and charging.
The reason you're getting these alerts is because Automatic Updates has downloaded the latest update to i OS, and the update is currently sitting on your i Phone (or i Pad) and waiting to be activated.
Automatic Updates are enabled by default, so you'll need to turn them off.There is no greater Windows 10 controversy than its policy of forced updates.While great in theory, for many users the reality of updates which download and install automatically has been horribly different and the question on many users lips is: How do you stop them?Instead it allows you to ‘Hide’ an update from Windows 10 so if you uninstall it Windows Update will not try to reinstall it automatically.This is very useful if a particular update is causing your system problems.Now it's time to get rid of the update on your i Device.