The latest iteration of iOS has changed the way users would update apps on their devices. Apple has removed the ‘Updates’ button from the lower bar of the App Store. On iOS 13, this has been replaced by ‘Arcade’ which is Apple’s game subscription service. So, how do we access the Updates option on the iPhone and iPad running the latest iOS and iPadOS?
Updating an app is always recommended as they fix bugs and also introduce new features. App updates also ensure compatibility with newer versions of iOS. So let us get right into it and look at two simple ways to update apps on iPhone running iOS 13.
How to Update Installed Apps in iOS 13 and iPadOS
Step #1. Launch App Store on your iOS device.
Step #2. Now, tap on your Profile icon from the upper right corner of your phone screen. It’s your profile photo (or anything you have placed there) in a round button.
Step #3. Scroll down to the ‘AVAILABLE UPDATES’ section.
Now, You can see all the apps with pending updates. You can either tap on Update All to get all the app updates or tap on UPDATE next to the app you want to update.
Your apps will be updated in a few seconds or minutes, depending on the strength of your WiFi or mobile data.
How to Quickly Update Apps from iPhone Homescreen
Another quick method to update apps on your iPhone and iPad running iOS 13 is using the App Store icon shortcut.
Step #1. Touch and hold the App Store icon on your iPhone.
Step #2. Tap on Updates.
Step #3. Now tap on Update All or update the apps individually.
That’s all, friends!
Since Apple has slotted Arcade in its App Store, the Update thingummy is pushed a little inside. But this should not add any burden to users.
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