7 Ignoring Those Software Updates
We know: the constant software update prompts that iOS hurls at you can get annoying. But Apple sends those notifications for a reason. Simply put, ensure your iPhone is up-to-date is the best way to keep it running smoothly and mitigate security flaws and bugs.
Some iOS releases are admittedly buggy, and those bugs will persist unless they’re patched by a software update. Arguably more important are security flaws, which could leave your iPhone and its data vulnerable to a range of malicious attacks. Updating to the latest software is the best way to keep your device safe and at peak performance.