iPhone and iPad owners who download and install iOS 13 will notice that the App Store has received a minor tweak. You can now access your Apple account by tapping your icon photo in the top right hand corner of the App Store. From here, you can manage your account, redeem gift cards, get recommendations and update your apps. You can also now delete apps from the Available Updates section.
Apple has always limited the size of apps that can be downloaded to an iOS device over a cellular data connection. Typically larger apps and updates require a Wi-Fi connection for downloading. The iPhone, iPad and iPod touch are capable of automatically downloading any size apps over cellular data with iOS 13 or later.
Apple is offering a limited-time promotion through May 10 on funds added to an Apple ID account. Funds pre-loaded onto an Apple ID can be spent on Apple services, content, apps and more. Each Apple account gets one bonus of 10% when adding funds up to $200 before the deal expires this week.
Setting up a new iPhone with iCloud backup? Have a ton of apps waiting to be updated in the App Store? There's a 3D Touch shortcut for that. A few taps can tell iOS which apps are the most important, so you can get back to using them more quickly. For starters, all pending app updates can be installed with one deep press on the App Store icon.
App Store auto-updates can be enabled or disabled on the iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. When switched on, the iOS device will automatically download and install the latest app updates for the software on your device when they are released.
Some users prefer to keep automatic app updating off, because there can be bugs or undesirable features in an app update. Usually these are resolved quickly by developers, however if you prefer to review available updates then automatic downloads may not be your cup of tea.
To set apps to update automatically: