How To Downgrade iOS 11 To An Older Version [Guide]

How To Downgrade iOS 11 To An Older Version [Guide]

Check out how to downgrade iOS 11, if Apple’s new operating system is not your cup of tea.

Apple’s new operating system, iOS 11, came out on Sept. 19, 2017. It was introduced back on June 5, at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference. Since then, users had plenty of time to prepare for the update, as Apple even released a Beta version to be tested. Apple’s iOS 11 brought some amazing features for users to experience. Unfortunately, not all of those features are useful. Owners of iOS 11-supported devices experienced problems with battery life, while many users noticed misleading Control Center toggles which didn’t disable WiFi and Bluetooth completely. Furthermore, owners of older iPhone and iPad devices, such as iPhone 5s and iPhone 6 have had many struggles in using their phones as no matter how tempting the new features are they slow down the devices a great deal.

As you can imagine, iOS 11 doesn’t work like a charm on all devices. Fortunately, there still is a way to roll back your device to an older version. Apple made it possible to downgrade iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.3 for those who don’t like how the iOS 11 works on their device. The process will take you between 40 to 45 minutes and might seem a little confusing. However, the whole process will be worth it if you miss how your device worked before the update.

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