Leo says that i OS 7 probably isn't compatible for i OS 7.The only i Pod Touch that's compatible is the fifth generation touch.
However, automatic updates can mean that your phone eats data and battery power without warning.
If you'd rather update your apps on your own schedule, all you need to do is turn off automatic updates.
This is beneficial for time saving purposes, but automatic updates meant that your phone consumes mobile data and battery power without warning.
It also means you are forced into updates that you may not want – we’re looking at you Snapchat.
Thankfully, Apple added automatic app updates to i OS over three years ago, and had it enabled by default, so you wouldn't have to manually open the App Store, and hit ‘Update All’ regularly.
There are pros and cons to this decision - obviously, you don't want your apps to be running older versions which might lack features or even stop working.
If you leave it off, your apps won’t auto-update until you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Unlike on Android, you can’t selectively choose which apps you want to keep on auto-update.
This was true up until last week when Apple stopped providing software updates for a three-year old product.
The i Pod touch has been the Apple product that I’ve been the most happy with.
A few years ago, Apple added automatic app updates to i OS.