Updating your iPhone apps can be tricky, but don't worry - this article will show you how to easily undo an app update on your iPhone! With just a few simple steps, you'll be back to the way things were in no time.
The App Store on an iPhone allows users to download and update apps as they become available. However, sometimes an update can cause a problem or simply not be an improvement over the previous version. In these cases, you may want to undo the update and revert back to the older version.
Step 1: Check if the App Supports Rolling Back
Not all apps will allow you to roll back an update. Before you try to undo an app update, check to see if the app developer includes a rollback feature. You can check the app’s website or search for the answer on an app support forum.
Step 2: Open the App Store
If the app does support rolling back an update, open the App Store on your iPhone. Tap on your profile image in the upper right corner and then tap “Purchased”. This will show you all the apps you’ve ever downloaded.
Step 3: Find the App
Scroll down the list until you find the app you want to undo the update for. Tap the app and then tap the cloud icon next to the app name. This will allow you to redownload the app.
Step 4: Choose the Older Version
If the app supports rolling back, you will see a list of all the previous versions of the app. Select the version that you want to use and then tap “Download”.
Step 5: Open the App
Once the older version of the app is downloaded, open it. You may need to enter your login information again if the app requires it. Once the app is open, you should see that the update has been undone.
Step 6: Restore Data
If you had any data stored in the app before you updated it, you may need to restore it. Check the app’s settings to see if there is an option to restore data. If the app does not include this option, you may need to contact the app developer for help.
Undoing an app update on an iPhone can be a useful way to fix a problem or revert back to a version of the app that you prefer. However, not all apps support rolling back an update. Before you try to undo an update, check to see if the app developer includes this feature. If the app does support rolling back, open the App Store and redownload the older version of the app. Once the app is open, you should see that the update has been undone. If you had any data stored in the app before you updated it, you may need to restore it.