Software Update - Is Your iOS Version Out of Date and How to Update It

Software Update - Is Your iOS Version Out of Date and How to Update It

As technology grows and changes, RxPhoto keeps up-to-date with current systems for best performance and data security. As an iOS app, meaning RxPhoto works on Apple devices (iPhone/iPad), RxPhoto is always optimized to work with the most updated iOS version. Automatic updates are a great way to make sure your devices are running the most up-to-date version of RxPhoto, but for the best RxPhoto experience, please also keep up with iOS software updates.

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How to Install an iOS Update Using Software Update on your iPhone


1. Make sure you have a recent iCloud backup.
2. Open Settings from the Home Screen.
3. Press "General."


4. Press "Software Update."


5. Press "Download and Install"
6. Enter the Passcode when prompted.
7. Press "Agree" to the Terms and Conditions.
8. Press "Agree" again to confirm.
9. The download will begin automatically. The download typically takes several minutes, and there may be a notice, "Preparing to download" before the download begins.

How to Install an iOS Update Using Software Update on your iPad


1. Make sure you have a recent iCloud backup.
2. Open Settings from the Home Screen.
3. Press "General."
4. Press "Software Update."

5 Press "Download and Install."


6. Enter the Passcode when prompted.
7. Press "Agree" to the Terms and Conditions.
8. Press "Agree" again to confirm.
9. The download will begin automatically. The download typically takes several minutes, and there may be a notice, "Preparing to download" before the download begins.


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