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Most of the iOS device owners have already noticed that it doesn’t take long for Apple to release a new update version of its iOS. Today we’re going to talk about the iOS 9.3.1 update and how the users can downgrade to a previous iOS version.

It’s good to know that the iOS 9.3.1 can already be installed on iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch devices. However, if you’ve noticed some issues or bugs on iOS 9.3.1 and want to downgrade back to a previous iOS version, we’re going to explain you how to do it.



First of all, it is good to know that Apple is currently signing only iOS 9.2.1 and iOS 9.3, which means that you will be able to downgrade only to either one of these two iOS versions. However, you will need to be quite fast, as Apple will most likely stop signing iOS 9.2.1 sometime soon.

If you are running a jailbroken iOS version and want to upgrade to the latest iOS 9.3.1, then you should know that this new iOS version can’t be jailbroken yet. It is good to know that the latest iOS version which can be jailbroken is the iOS 9.1. Pangu is the team who has released the jailbreak for it, but they’ve announced that the iOS 9.2/iOS 9.3/iOS 9.3.1 can’t be currently jailbroken. This is because Apple has patched the “holes” that they’ve used to crack the iOS 9.1.

With other words, if you’ve already upgraded to iOS 9.2 and later, you can no longer jailbreak your iDevice. However, if you’ve upgraded to iOS 9.3.1 and you notice any major issues or bugs, we suggest you to downgrade as soon as possible to either iOS 9.3 or iOS 9.2.1.

Have you upgraded your iDevice to iOS 9.3.1? Tell us your thoughts about the latest iOS version.

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