A few days ago, Apple has finally announced the iOS 10 at WWDC. At the same time, the company has released a Developer BETA of the iOS 10 to developers across the world.
Since the iOS 10 is in early beta, it comes with various bugs which should be solved in the following weeks. If you will install the BETA version on your “daily” device, and run into issues, it would be better to revert to the previous version of the operating system.
How To Downgrade From iOS 10 BETA To iOS 9.3.2
First of all, you will need to download the IPSW file for the iOS 9.3.2. The firmware file can be downloaded from ipsw.me, but keep in mind to download the right version for your device. At the same time, you will need to download iTunes on your computer from apple.com/itunes/.
Once the installation of iTunes is completed, you will need to launch it and connect the mobile device to your computer using an USB cable. Once you connect the mobile device to your computer, the iTunes application will detect it and an icon will appear on the top-left of the screen.
In the iTunes application, on the summary tab of your device, you will notice a “Restore iPhone” button. Hold down the Shift key (Windows) or Option Key (Key) and click on the “Restore iPhone” button. Once you do this, you will be asked to select the IPSW file that you have downloaded earlier. Go to the location where you have saved it, select it and accept the terms and conditions.
Now, the iTunes application will start downgrading your mobile device to iOS 9.3.2. Keep in mind that the process usually takes a few minutes, so please, don’t do anything to the device during this time.
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