It has been easy for iPhone and iPad owners to look for app updates. It became a bit more complicated when iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 replaced the Updates tab with Apple Arcade. Now you first have to tap your profile icon.
Your iPhone or iPad will automatically install app updates as long as the "App Updates" option is enabled from Settings> iTunes & App Stores. That's why Apple made this option a little harder to find – you no longer need to manually install app updates.
Update apps on iOS 13, iPadOS 13 and above
Start by opening the App Store. If you can't find the icon on your iPhone or iPad, swipe down the home screen and use Spotlight Search to find the app.
Next, tap your account image in the upper right corner of the screen.
Your list of recently updated apps is hidden under your account information and options for adding funds to your Apple ID.
If you don't see any available apps, drag down the screen to update the App Store. If any updates are available, they are listed under the "Upcoming Auto Update" list.
Select "Update All" to install all available updates or press the "Update" button next to each app to install only some. .
Update Apps in iOS 12 and below
If your iPhone or iPad runs iOS 12 or older, the update process is similar (and easier) than the one above. To get started, open the App Store.
Then click on the "Updates" tab in the lower toolbar.
You will now see all of your recently updated apps with available updates located near the top of the screen. Select "Update All" to install all available updates or press the "Update" button next to each app to install only some.