Prior to purchasing my IPhone 7 I had become accustomed to clicking remind me later twice a day when prompted to install the latest IOS update. However, since I bought my IPhone 7 in June running IOS 10.3.3 (and restored it from a backup from the 5S that could no longer keep a charge), I've consistently encountered the following:
1. The updated IOS auto downloads, then prompts me that a new update is available and asks if I want to install.
2. I click remind me later.
3. The usual choices appear of install tonight or remind me later. I click remind me later again.
4. When I wake up the next morning, upon picking up my phone, I am informed that the IOS update has been successfully installed. This happens with no interaction from me in terms of clicking an install button or entering my pass code.
Having this occur with incremental updates isn't a big deal. However, I don't update to major IOS releases until Apple has ironed out many of the bugs.
My web searches on preventing the automatic install of IOS updates have not yielded a whole lot of information, or rather, one would have to trick the phone into not checking for updates, which I am not inclined to do.
I don't mind if IOS 11 auto downloads, and I don't mind clicking remind me later over and over again, but I do mind the update auto installing overnight when I have clicked remind me later on every screen on which the option appears.
Has anyone else experienced this? Solutions?