- iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 Beta users are experiencing an error that causes a window to pop up every time they unlock their iPhone or iPad, telling them that an update is available.
- The bug has affected countless iPhone and iPad users, but Apple has not yet released a fix.
- If you need to fix the error temporarily, just set the date a few days in advance on your device.
When you register for a software beta, you must expect problems in the process. After all, by definition, the beta version has not yet been completed, and the whole purpose of allowing users to use the software as early as possible is to eliminate some trouble before release. The same is true for iOS Beta. Before installing Beta, Apple will provide a clear notification to remind you to back up your data and warn you that the software may have errors.
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If you have installed iOS 14 or iPadOS 14 Beta on your iPhone or iPad (even if it has been deleted), you are likely to repeatedly see the following message pop up on your device in the past about a day:
There is a new iOS update now. Please update from iOS 14 Beta.
Such as 9to5Mac Note that users have been complaining about this error throughout the week, but by Thursday night, it seemed to become more common. For me, it started with iPhone 11 last night, and now every time I unlock the phone, a pop-up window is displayed on the screen, and I can’t do anything until I close it. It actually happens every time, and there doesn’t seem to be a simple solution, at least not the solution I found.
A similar problem occurred in iOS 12 two years ago. App developer Guilherme Rambo explained on Twitter:
Every time the cover is opened, this method in Springboard seems to perform some date/time calculations to determine whether the current version is about to expire. For some reason, the latest version of iOS 12 thinks they are about to expire. (@Davedelong:P) pic.twitter.com/HWe7C0NnIT
-Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) August 31, 2018
It is not clear whether this error appears in the same way, but its appearance and behavior are actually the same as the iOS 12 error. The bad news is that if you encounter this issue, your only practical action is to wait for Apple to seed new updates.However, if you are looking for a temporary solution, you can go to Set value > Appointment time, shut down Automatic setting Switch and go back to October 26th. This is useful to me, I may live on October 26th like “Groundhog Day” until Apple provides us with a permanent fix for this error.