Today when I got up and unlocked my iPhone I noticed an alert pop-up that said "A new iOS update is now available. Please update from the iOS 14 beta." I ignored the message thinking it must be a new beta update and I might install it later. But sooner I realized that this message was getting popped-up every time I unlocked my iPhone SE.
When this became a bit annoying went to see if there was an update available under,
Settings -> General -> Software Updates.
Well, it said "checking for updates" for a while, and then hmmm,
iOS 14.2: Your software is up to date.
So I went on the see on Twitter and Reddit to see if I am not the only one and yes, that's right it's not just me :) many iPhone (be it iPhone 12, 11, X, XR, or SE) users complaining about it just like what happened back in 2018 with iOS 12.
⚠️ Update: It seems that there is no solution to this issue yet! I hope Apple releases a fix of it soon.
✔️ Update: 31-10-2020: A new GM iOS 14.2 is now available for developers and public beta testers, download and update, this annoying pop-up would go away!
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