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The App Store is the window to a wealth of applications that make iOS devices what they are: productive, useful, and flexible. But over time, apps need updating. Why can't they update themselves, or rather, update automatically? Updates occur at seemingly random times to the end user. Depending on the number of apps a user has, an update can roll through the pipes of the Internet every day. All Apple has to do is throw in a setting to limit the updating over Wi-Fi only if users choose to do so, and thus time and effort is saved and levels of annoyance will drop overnight.
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