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How to Downgrade iOS 11 Beta to iOS 10.3.3 on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

How to Downgrade iOS 11 Beta to iOS 10.3.3 on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

The upcoming iOS 11 is packed with tons of exciting new features that takes your user experience to a whole new level. Control Center and App Store have been redesigned with an all new look, there’s now a native screen recorder that many users always wanted, Siri is much smarter, and many other features.

How to Downgrade iOS 10.3.3 to iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

How to Downgrade iOS 10.3.3 to iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Apple has just released iOS 10.3.3 which fixes a number of critical bugs and security issues. The update is available as an over-the-air in Settings > General > Software Update, or you can install it via iTunes.

How to Downgrade iOS 11 Beta to iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

How to Downgrade iOS 11 Beta to iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

Apple announced the hotly anticipated iOS 11 firmware yesterday at WWDC 2017. This major new version of iOS comes packed with big changes, including an all-new design for the iOS App Store, a redesigned Control Center, unified Notification Center, smarter Siri, and much more.

iOS 10.3.1 Kernel Exploit May Allow Downgrading to iOS 10.2

iOS 10.3.1 Kernel Exploit May Allow Downgrading to iOS 10.2

Adam Donenfeld, the security researcher who has been credited for 8 exploits that were fixed in iOS 10.3.2 released earlier in the week, plans to release the exploits at a security conference in August.

How to Downgrade iOS 10.3.2 to iOS 10.3.1 and Prepare for Pangu Jailbreak

How to Downgrade iOS 10.3.2 to iOS 10.3.1 and Prepare for Pangu Jailbreak

After a couple iteration of beta rollouts, Apple released iOS 10.3.2 to the public yesterday. As per the official release notes, the update contains bug fixes and improves the security of the iPhone and iPad.

How to Downgrade iOS 10.3 / 10.3.1 to iOS 10.2.1 on iPhone or iPad

How to Downgrade iOS 10.3 / 10.3.1 to iOS 10.2.1 on iPhone or iPad

Apple has just released iOS 10.3 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch and it comes with many new features including an all new Find My AirPods feature that allows you to find the location of your missing AirPods. The new software also includes expanded SiriKit support, which makes it easier to pay bills, schedule a ride-hailing service, and even check on the status of a pending payment.

How to Downgrade iOS 10.3 Beta to iOS 10.2.1

How to Downgrade iOS 10.3 Beta to iOS 10.2.1

Apple has seeded the third beta of iOS 10.3 to developers which comes with a number of new features and improvements. The most notable addition is the Find My AirPods feature which is now included in the Find My iPhone app. The update includes a bunch of other new stuffs which you can read about in our previous post.

Apple Stops Signing iOS 10.1.1, Downgrading or Saving .SHSH2 blobs No Longer Possible

Apple Stops Signing iOS 10.1.1, Downgrading or Saving .SHSH2 blobs No Longer Possible

Apple has stopped signing iOS 10.1.1, so if you’ve upgraded to iOS 10.2, then you won’t be able to downgrade from or upgrade to iOS 10.1.1. Apple has also stopped signing iOS 10.1.

Auto-tsschecker: The Easiest Method to Save .SHSH2 blobs for Prometheus to Downgrade to Unsigned iOS Firmware Version

Auto-tsschecker: The Easiest Method to Save .SHSH2 blobs for Prometheus to Downgrade to Unsigned iOS Firmware Version

As we reported yesterday, iOS hacker tihmstar has announced that he plans to release a new tool called Prometheus, which will allow users to downgrade or upgrade to an unsigned iOS firmware version.

Prometheus: Upcoming Tool Will Allow Users to Downgrade or Upgrade to Unsigned iOS Firmware Version

Prometheus: Upcoming Tool Will Allow Users to Downgrade or Upgrade to Unsigned iOS Firmware Version

A few days back, well-known hacker and security researcher Luca Todesco announced that he will work on an iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak based on a kernel and root exploit published by Ian Beer from Google’s Project Zero.