How to remove iOS update bubble in settings icon on iPhone 4?

rugved1118

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Hello...
How do i remove ios update bubble from settings icon on iPhone4 ? Am using IOS 6 and don't wanna upgrade to iOS 7 on iPhone4 as i know its gonna ruin up badly.


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rugved1118

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Nope, they just really want people to update.
They just want their customers to update but to install ios 7, they already knw their customers will have to UPGRADE their cellphones. And why would we UPGRADE our cellphones when each and every piece of it is just working fanta-fabulous ?


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They just want their customers to update but to install ios 7, they already knw their customers will have to UPGRADE their cellphones. And why would we UPGRADE our cellphones when each and every piece of it is just working fanta-fabulous ?
New features.
 

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New features was my only reason for updating. I don't care for the new look. I prefer textures and shadows. I use textured wallpapers to balance out the look. It was worth the update.


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Is the badge notification on the Settings app gone in iOS 7? When iOS 7.0.4 came out, it took me about three days to update, but I don't recall ever seeing the badge being discussed in this thread.


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Is the badge notification on the Settings app gone in iOS 7? When iOS 7.0.4 came out, it took me about three days to update, but I don't recall ever seeing the badge being discussed in this thread.
No, it's still there. It often takes a few days to show up.
 

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My 5th gen iPod is on 7.0.4 but I'm deliberately keeping my 4th gen iPod back and hate not being able to disable that badge.

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My 5th gen iPod is on 7.0.4 but I'm deliberately keeping my 4th gen iPod back and hate not being able to disable that badge.
The main reason to deliberately keep an iPhone on old firmware is to keep it jailbreakable - and you can remove the badge if it's jailbroken.