I have an iPhone with iOS8. As far as I know the apps automatically update. I am also on a limited data plan of 500mb per month. Is there a way to ensure I prevent apps from automatically updating? I would like to be able to manually update them like I used to have to do when iOS6 was around.
Or is there a way to tell my apps to only operate when I am connected to a wifi network?
I don't have an iPhone to test this but ...
given that this article was written only a few months ago, I assume that it applies to iOS8
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