If you'd rather update your apps on your own schedule, all you need to do is turn off automatic updates.
This is what you've got to do to set up manual updates: How to disable automatic app updates on i OSGo through the following steps to turn off automatic updates on your i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod Touch: That’s all there is to it.
Perhaps a future version of i OS will offer an ability to completely ignore an i OS software update directly on the device, but in the meantime the only way to accomplish this is when the device is connected to a computer with i Tunes.
As smartphone owners, we live in the age of apps where there’s truly an app for any scenario you can think of.
(How to get rid of this downloaded update is explained in Method #2.) At any rate, here are the steps to turn it off for future updates: (1) On your i Phone, go to your Settings. However, you need to delete the current upgrade that already automatically installed itself. Since it will tend to want to install itself on your device, there will come a time when it will find a way.If you want to keep i Tunes from checking for the same i OS update you just stopped, you need to ignore the update.The easiest way to do that is when the pop-up appears in i Tunes, choose the “Do not ask me again” option checkbox and do not choose to download or install it.Unlike on Android, you can’t selectively choose which apps you want to keep on auto-update.Once you turn automatic updates on or off i OS, all/ no apps will update to the latest available version without your permission. If you switch on the Use Mobile Data option, you may see a spike in your mobile data usage and associated charges, if any.