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    Unfortunately, I am saddled with an iPad for work. Given that the apps on it are of a flight safety nature, and they are not always compatible with OS updates, I would like to limit my iPad from looking for or downloading ( or even nagging me about) updates unless I specifically command it to do so. Since some of these updates are irreversible, and those that aren't would still take time to fix, I worry that one wrong tap on a nag screen will cause an undesired update.
    Keeping it offline is not a solution as network access is required to load flight plans, access documents, etc.
    Why would there not be a simple setting in the OS to do this in the first place?
    04-12-2016 04:32 PM
  2. Just_Me_D said: Best Answer

    At the moment, you cannot natively disable any prompts to update to a new IOS version - at least not to my knowledge.
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    At the moment, you cannot natively disable any prompts to update to a new IOS version - at least not to my knowledge.
    04-12-2016 08:11 PM

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