How to See Up Next on iPhone: Updating Your Device

Keeping your iPhone up to date with the latest features and security enhancements is essential. In this post, we’ll cover how to update your iPhone wirelessly and through your computer. Before you start, make sure you have backed up your device, plugged it into power, and connected to Wi-Fi.

If you receive a pop-up on your screen or a badge appears on the settings app icon on your home screen, tap it to start the update process. Otherwise, open “Settings,” tap “General,” and tap “Software Update.” You may have to choose between two available updates. If you want to continue using the current version of iOS, you can still install essential security updates for a while. Tap “Download and Install” and enter your passcode if prompted. Your iPhone will start updating when the download is complete.

To update your iPhone using your computer, make sure your device is plugged in and connected to the internet. If you’re using a Mac with macOS Catalina or later, open the Finder. If you’re using a Mac with macOS Mojave or earlier or a Windows computer, open iTunes. Locate your device in the sidebar, click “Update,” then “Update” again, and follow the prompts.

Keeping your iPhone up to date is vital, and now you know how to do it wirelessly or through your computer. You can enjoy all the latest features and enhancements. Remember, you must back up your device, plug it into power, and connect to Wi-Fi before updating your iPhone.