Upgrade becomes disgusting sometimes and we regret that upgrade out of disgust and wish going downgraded. Such kind of disgust is facing the users of iOS 11. There are three classes (1) have not stepped to get upgraded iOS, (2) enjoying the upgraded iOS 11 (3) the regretting class facing incompatibility or battery issues with older apps.
Here we are to tell you the way of grading down from iOS 11.
You are in luck as Apple is still signing iOS 10.3.3 because the iOS 11 is just released and you can avail this chance of downgrading because Apple will carry on signing iOS 10.3.3 until the all the newer versions of iOS 11 come out.
Don’t miss this perfect time as Apple will stop signing iOS 10.3.3 providing you no opportunity to roll back to iOS 10.
How to do that? And what steps to follow to go back to the previous version of iOS?
Keep two things in mind before the process starts.
(1)You have to download iOS 10.3.3 manually.
(2) To restore a backup you will only be able to restore backups made under iOS 10.3.3 or restore your device as a new device.
Follow the steps below to get your iOS 11 downgraded to iOS 10.3.3.
Step 1: First of all Goto Help >Check for Updates to make it sure that you have the latest version of iTunes installed.
Step 2: Download the iOS 10.3.3 IPSW file for your particular device manually. Download iOS 10.3.3 to your desktop or somewhere easy to find.
Step 3: Turn off Find My iPhone by getting into Settings > [Your Name] > iCloud, then Scroll down to Find My iPhone and assure yourself that it is turned off.
Step 4: Get your iOS device connected to your computer and make sure that iTunes is open.
Step 5: At this point, your iOS device will be kept in DFU recovery mode. Once you entered, iTunes tells you that it has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. Now click OK on this message to start the recovery process.
Note: In case you don’t know how to go into DFU recovery mode, the first search for the guide on how to reset iPhone.
Step 6: If you are on Windows you have today hold down the SHIFT key and if you are on Mac you have to hold down the Option key and at the same time you are to click on Restore iPhone in iTunes.
Step 7: A window will ask you to browse for the iOS IPSW file. And you will select here the iOS 10.3.3 IPSW file that you downloaded in step 2.
For example, you have an iPhone 7 Plus and the file name will be [iPhone_7Plus_10.3.3_14G60_Restore.ipsw]
Step 8: This is the point when iPhone begins the process of restoring your device that is incompatible with iOS 11.
After you have finished, iOS will ask for your choice if you want to restore a backup or to set up as a new device.
Do remember that you can only restore backups made with iOS 10.3.3.