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  • A new iOS update is now available. Please update from the iOS 14 beta,”

    Home Forums AskWoody support Non-Windows operating systems iOS A new iOS update is now available. Please update from the iOS 14 beta,”

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        Alex5723
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        I got that message, a couple of times, on my iPhone running iOS 14.2 dev version.

        A number of beta testers are seeing incessant prompts to upgrade from iOS 14 beta despite running the most up-to-date version, according to reports on Twitter, Reddit and other social media outlets.

        “A new iOS update is now available. Please update from the iOS 14 beta,” the pop-up reads.

        Selecting “Close” will disable the notification, at least for a short time. Some users report the alert reappears upon unlocking iPhone or when visiting Notification Center. Apple has not commented on the issue, though it is assumed that current beta versions include a faulty expiration date.

        The problem has been sporadic over the past weeks, but seemingly increased in intensity today.

        A number of beta testers are seeing incessant prompts to upgrade from iOS 14 beta despite running the most up-to-date version, according to reports on Twitter, Reddit and other social media outlets.

        “A new iOS update is now available. Please update from the iOS 14 beta,” the pop-up reads.

        Selecting “Close” will disable the notification, at least for a short time. Some users report the alert reappears upon unlocking iPhone or when visiting Notification Center. Apple has not commented on the issue, though it is assumed that current beta versions include a faulty expiration date.

        The problem has been sporadic over the past weeks, but seemingly increased in intensity today…

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        anonymous
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        So glad to know I’m not alone. This has been driving me crazy. I tested tips mentioned in this post and the problem disappears. BUT this suggestion is not feasible, as you need the actual date. While rolling the time back seems to solve it, apps that require the correct time (e.g. Twitter) stop working. Not all beta versions are created equal, that’s for sure, and it’s the risk we take on as beta testers.

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