Are you having some problems with your iPhone? Well, don’t worry; I’m going to explain in this article how to update Chrome on your Apple device. It’s super easy and it will take you less than 10 minutes. Sounds good, right? Let’s do it! You’ll Never Guess What Happens When You Update Chrome On Your Apple Device
Google Chrome is good, but it can be better
Google recently updated its built-in browser, Chrome, and if you’re an Apple user, you need to update your app now. There are a few reasons that updating is important; we’ll explain what each one means for you.
Why does updating Chrome have to be so complicated?
(1) In order to update Google Chrome on an Apple device, you have to be logged into both your iOS and Mac accounts. (2) If you don’t sync your iPhone or iPad with iTunes on a regular basis, then syncing is going to add additional steps.
Here’s how you update Google Chrome in an Apple device
The first thing you need to do is check if there’s an update available. To do that, tap on Settings, then Safari. Under General, tap on Software Updates. If Google Chrome is up-to-date, you will see a message that says Your software is up to date. There are no new updates available. Otherwise, there will be an option below it that reads Update Now. Tap on it and follow through with all of its prompts to ensure your device stays secure.
Step 1 – Check if your browser is up-to-date
Chances are, if you’re using Google Chrome on your computer, it’s already up-to-date. To check, visit chrome://chrome/ and click About Google Chrome (or About Google Chrome (Mac) ). If your browser is up-to-date, you’ll see an Update channel: Stable badge next to your version number. If it says anything else—like Beta or Dev —you should update.
Step 2 – Download the latest version of Google Chrome
Just because your device is an iPhone or iPad doesn’t mean it’s not a laptop. Get your latest updates by downloading Google Chrome on your device. Follow these steps
Step 3 – Click Update
The first thing you should do is click on update. There are different updates for different operating systems and you should click on whichever one is relevant to your machine. For most people, that means clicking on MacOS Sierra or High Sierra 10.13.1 (the latest version of MacOS). If you have an older version of macOS, be sure to check their website for which update to download.