There were times that it got as high as 80-something.
(yes, I’m THAT lazy, and as an app-junkie, it can get quite messy. ).
And so, one feature of iOS 7 that I think I will enjoy is the opportunity to now set your apps to automatically update.
Many people choose NOT to use this feature, because sometime app updates can be undesirable. (They might take away a feature that you enjoy, for example). But in my experience, I’ve only had a problem one time, back when I was updating regularly. So, considering those odds, I’ve decided to go ahead and activate the automatic update feature.
Here is how to automatically update your apps in iOS 7:
Navigate to Settings > iTunes & App Store > Automatic Downloads
Here you will find the switch for UPDATES.
If you DO want to have your apps update automatically, slide the switch to the right to make it green.
If you want to continue to do it yourself, slide to the left (off).
For now, I’m automatically updating. We’ll see how it goes.
Important note: Just under the this automatic download area, there is a “cellular data” button. I have that turned OFF. I don’t want my apps updating using cellular data, that might run into $. I want them only to update over wifi. Therefore, I have this cellular button turned OFF.