Steps to downgrade iOS 11 beta to iOS 10.3.2

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Apple officially unveiled the latest version of iOS at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference and it comes with a number of features and improvements including a redesigned Control Center, Siri support for new languages, revamped App Store, peer-to-peer payment in Apple Pay and much more.


Like any other iOS release, iOS 11 is available as developer beta. However, keep in mind that iOS 11 is still an unfinished product and Apple needs more time to make sure that everything works perfectly without any flaw. If you have already installed iOS 11 on your iPhone or iPad and you are now experiencing bugs and glitches, you can easily go back to a more stable software version.

In this step-by-step guide, we will run you through the steps to downgrade iOS 11 beta back to iOS 10.3.2 (the most recent stable version). Before we begin, it’s best that you have a recent backup of your iPhone or iPad

Steps to downgrade iOS 11 beta to iOS 10.3.2

Step one: First off, you need to download the iOS 10.3.2 IPSW file for your iPhone or iPad. To do this, head over to this link (Make sure you download the right firmware file for your device). If you download the firmware using Safari, disable auto unzip feature before moving ahead

Step two: Next up, you now need to launch iTunes on your Mac or Windows PC (Make sure that you are now running the latest version of iTunes on your computer. If you are not sure, update your iTunes first)

Step three: Once you are done, the next step is to connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer using a USB cable

Step four: Select your device in iTunes. After that, on your Mac, while holding the Option key, you need to click on Check for Update button (On Windows PC, hold on the Shift key and click on the Check for Update button)

Step five: You now need to browse and select the iPSW file you downloaded earlier. After that, click Open and hit Update to  start the process

Step six: Wait until the downgrading process is completed. Note that your iPhone or iPad will reboot several times during the process.

Also read: Steps to replace Apple Siri with Google Assistant on your iPhone

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