Where To See Application Updates On Ios 13
In terms of the ability to look at available updates and recently updated iOS 13 applications, it turned out to be slightly different from iOS 12 and previous versions of the system. And out of habit, trying to update an application in iOS 13 manually generally turns into a nice quest.
… suddenly. After all, since iOS App Store App appeared; the procedure for manually updating applications practically did not change.
When you need to update something manually, then just launch the App Store, tap “Updates»In the bottom menu and then either update the necessary programs in turn, or update everything in bulk. Plus, you can open the page of any application in the App Store itself and update it from there. And on the new iPhone with 3D touch You can update programs from the App Store in general from the main screen.
In iOS 13, updating applications manually, of course, is also possible (and using 3D touch, and in the App Store), here’s just the familiar “Updates”From the application menu”App store”Removed and replaced the button”Arcade“. Therefore, questions arise: where to look for “Updates” now and how in iOS 13 to update applications manually?
Button “Updates“Of course they removed, but the section itself remained. Not all and not where he was, but in iOS 13 it also exists, visually looks different, but it works in much the same way.
For example, if previously available updates were displayed as a red icon right on the “Updates” button in the menu below, now the same icon just appears on the profile button (top right). And if you tap on it, the “Account”, And in it are the old sections”Available Updates”And”Updated recently”That even look almost the same as in iOS 12.
IN “Available Updates»Applications are also displayed in a list, from which you can go to the page with information about the application (button”yet“), Update it (button”Refresh“) Or update immediately all the programs for which new versions are available (button”Refresh All“Above, above the list of applications).
Section “Updated recently”Also has not changed much. It is located under the list of “Available Updates”, and after installing the update, the application from the top list is automatically transferred to the “Recently Updated” list. And if all applications are updated, the “Available Updates” section may not appear at all on the “Account” screen.
By the way , note, in iOS 13, if you need to completely remove one of the applications, you can simply swipe it right in the list of “Available updates” or “Updated recently”. the program is deleted from the iPhone immediately.
The method is not new and not the most convenient, but also working. In iOS 13 (as in iOS 12 and in iOS 11), if you tap on the profile icon in the App Store application and then open “Purchases“, Then in the list of purchased applications the buttons”Refresh”(If a fresh version of the program is available). But in iOS 13, now from the same list you can also open the application page, if you need to look at what has changed in the next version (in previous iOS there is no such option).
With this, everything is just the old-fashioned way. If the next version of the desired application has already been released (or there is a hope that it has already been released), then we launch the App Store, through the search we find and open the page of this application in the directory and tap “Refresh“. Description of the update can be found in the “What’s new”.
In the new iPhone with feature 3D touch and iOS 12, as you know, if you do not want to bother with viewing updates, you can put them all in bulk just from the main screen. To do this, just press the “App store”And in the quick menu select”Refresh All“. In iOS 13, the quick application update feature from the App Store works in much the same way. In addition, the latest iPhone activates it not only through 3D Touch, but also through Haptic touch. True, this requires not just a long press, you must first press the icon so that it shrinks a little, and then release it, only after that a “quick menu” will appear.
Yes, yes, everything is the same as before. The automatic update installation function in iOS 13 is enabled in the same way as in previous versions of the system. We go to “Settings”, Tap”iTunes App stores”And in the section”Automatic downloads»Switch next to the icon App store translate into positionOn“. Along the way, you can disable or configure the function “Automatic downloads” In chapter “Cell data”(Just below), if you do not need updates iPhone downloaded via mobile internet.