Downgrade iOS 11 Beta

Downgrade iOS 11 Beta to iOS 10

Accidentally, the excitement of knowing the initial iOS 11 beta is prompted out you to update your iOS device without actually thinking of the consequences. Instantly, due to the fact that you have moved away from a stable version of iOS 10 and across to an initial beta which unfortunately comes with crashes, bugs, app incompatibility and all sorts of other issues? Fortunately, it is still possible to downgrade from that initial beta of iOS 11 back to iOS 10.3.2 or even iOS 10.3.3 beta.

Immediately, you can downgrade to iOS 10.3.x using iTunes. On concord, it’s important to note that once you go back to iOS 10.3.x from the iOS 11 beta you won’t be able to restore any iTunes or iCloud backup to that device which makes using the device with the iOS 11 beta on. Actually, you will be given the option of either restoring from backup captured on iOS 10.x go through the process. Or setting the device up as an entirely new phone. Jump straight into the tutorial and get started.


Step 1: First of all you are going to need to make sure that you are sitting on the latest version of iTunes on your Windows or Mac PC. If not, download and install it with immediate effect.

Step 2: You’ll also need to have the relevant IPSW file for the device that you own. You can download the right iOS 10.3.2 IPSW file for your specific device from here. Download iOS 10.3.2 Final Version IPSW Links for iPad And iPhone.

Step 3: Now you need to turn off the Find My iPhone feature on the device. Navigate to Settings-> iCloud-> Find My iPhone. Toggle the Find My iPhone switch to the Off position. Then authenticate with the iCloud password when prompted.



Step 4: To connect your device to the computer, use the provided USB cable. It ensures that iTunes launches. You are now going to need to put the connected device into DFU mode. iPhone 7 users should follow our guide here for instructions on how to put the mobile in DFU mode. Non-iPhone 7 users should hold down the Power and Home button for 10 seconds. Then release the Power button but ensuring that Home button is still pressed. The device jumps into DFU mode and iTunes provides an alert saying that it has detected a device in Recovery Mode.

Step 5: Press and hold the SHIFT key (Windows), or Option key (Mac), and select the Restore iPhone in iTunes option in the main device window. Select the iOS 10.3.x IPSW file from your system that you want to downgrade to.

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Step 6: Instantly iTunes will go about its business and restore the iOS 10.3.x firmware file to the device.

It presents you with the standard Hello screen of iOS 10 when it has finished doing what it needs to do. It allows you to set the device up as per your requirements.

Currently remember that iOS 11 beta only available to registered members of Apple Developer Program. As such could pose bugs and performance issues on your iOS device. A public beta is likely on the way in the coming days or weeks later this month to be more precise and we’ll be sure to update you on that.

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