Installing the latest version of iOS on your iPhone is incredibly simple, and nothing has really changed from the iOS 15 update process. If you have automatic updates enabled, everything should just be done for you. If you want to skip manual updates in the future, you can enable automatic updates by going to Settings, General, and Software Update, then toggle the automatic updates option (so it’s switched to the on position).
If you want to make the leap manually, things are still pretty straightforward. Apple recommends that you first create a backup. Software updates can go wrong, and having your vital data, photos and apps backed up to the cloud means all is not lost if iOS 16 causes an issue.
To create a backup, simply plug your device into a charger, connect to WiFi, navigate to the iCloud part of the settings menu, log into iCloud, tap iCloud Backup, and then “Backup Now.” If you’re worried about storing data in the Cloud for whatever reason, you can also back your phone up by plugging it into a Mac or a PC.
Once your data is backed up, keep your device plugged in and connected to a WiFi network. Then go back to Settings, select General, and then select Software Update. You will be given the option of staying on iOS 15 and only downloading important security updates or making the full leap to iOS 16. Click the update to iOS 16 option. Hit install now, and your phone should do the rest.
Original Source link