iOS 10 has arrived with plenty of stunning features such as, much improved Messages, redesigned Apple Music, impressive Photos, fantastic Maps and more. Hardly had I came to know the brand new features that arrived with the latest iOS ecosystem, I couldn't stop myself from installing iOS 10 on my iPhone.
Unfortunately, I ran into a number of issues like error 14 when updating to iOS 10 beta on my iPhone. Luckily, I'm not alone to have faced such issues. So many friends of mine who had wished to test out the newest iOS in advance have encountered several bugs as well.
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If you have also faced a number of issues on iOS 10 beta and want to downgrade to iOS 9.3.2, here is how you can get it done quickly. Let's find out!
How to Downgrade from iOS 10 Beta to iOS 9.3.2 on iPhone and iPad
Step #1. First off, you need to upgrade iTunes to the latest version on your Mac or PC.
Step #2. Next up, you have to download the iOS 9.3.2 IPSW file on your iOS device.
Below are the direct links of the iOS 9.3.2 IPSW files for the specific iPhone, iPad and iPod touch model.
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro (WiFi)
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro (Cellular)
- 9.7-inch iPad Pro (WiFi)
- 9.7-inch iPad Pro (Cellular)
- iPad Air 2 (6th generation WiFi)
- iPad Air 2 (6th generation Cellular)
- iPad Air (5th generation Cellular)
- iPad Air (5th generation WiFi)
- iPad Air (5th generation China)
- iPad (4th generation CDMA)
- iPad (4th generation GSM)
- iPad (4th generation WiFi)
- iPad mini (CDMA)
- iPad mini (GSM)
- iPad mini (WiFi)
- iPad mini 2 (Cellular)
- iPad mini 2 (WiFi)
- iPad mini 2 (China)
- iPad mini 3 (China)
- iPad mini 3 (WiFi)
- iPad mini 3 (Cellular)
- iPad mini 4 (WiFi)
- iPad mini 4 (Cellular)
- iPad 3 Wi-Fi (3rd generation)
- iPad 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (GSM)
- iPad 3 Wi-Fi + Cellular (CDMA)
- iPad 2 Wi-Fi (Rev A)
- iPad 2 Wi-Fi
- iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (GSM)
- iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G (CDMA)
- iPhone 5 (CDMA)
- iPhone 5 (GSM)
- iPhone 5c (CDMA)
- iPhone 5c (GSM)
- iPhone 5s (CDMA)
- iPhone 5s (GSM)
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 6s
- iPhone 6s Plus
- iPhone SE
- iPhone 4s
- iPod touch (5th-generation)
- iPod touch (6th-generation)
Step #3. Turn off Find My iPhone. (Settings → iCloud → Find My iPhone.)
Step #4. Next, you have to connect your iPhone to your Mac or PC and launch iTunes.
Step #5. Up next, you will have to hold down on the Home button and Sleep/Wake button for about ten seconds. Then, you need to release the sleep/wake button but continue to hold the Home button until your iOS device enters DFU mode.
Now, iTunes will alert that it has discovered a device in Recovery Mode.
Step #6. You have to hold the Option+Command key on the Mac or the Shift key on Windows and then click on the Restore iPhone.
Step #7. Locate and select the IPSW file which you have just downloaded. Now, let iTunes install iOS 9.3.2 on your iPhone.
Make sure not to unplug your device until the process is successfully completed. iTunes will confirm the restore and your device will reboot to the welcome screen.
You can now restore your latest backup on your iPhone. Only the backup made on iOS 9.3.2 will work.