How to Downgrade iOS 11 Beta to iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone and iPad

Don't enjoy iOS 11 beta any longer? You can go back to iOS 10.3.2 from iOS 11 on your iPhone and iPad with ease. Find out how it works:

Can no longer bear with the annoying bugs of the latest iOS version? No need to fret over it mate! You can easily downgrade iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.2 on your iPhone and iPad.

As iOS 11 is still in beta, it needs some more polish to run smoothly. Hence, you must be battle ready to encounter issues like rapid battery drain or random freezing. But if your patience has given in, follow through this quick guide to go back to iOS 10.3.2 from iOS 11 on your iPhone and iPad.

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How to Downgrade iOS 11 Beta to iOS 10.3.2 on iPhone and iPad

How to Downgrade iOS 11 Beta to iOS 10.3.2/10.3.3 on iPhone and iPad

Note: Make sure your Mac/Windows PC is running the latest version of iTunes.

Step #1. First up, download the iOS 10.3.2 IPSW file on your iOS device. Make sure to download the right firmware file.

Note: I would recommend you to download the firmware file using Chrome or Firefox. In case you are using Safari, make sure to disable auto unzip feature. Alternatively, you can rename the .zip file as a .ipsw file to breeze through the process in case you are using Apple’s browser.

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Choose from one of these IPSW Files for your iPhone/iPad/iPod:

Note: If your iDevice is running iOS 10.3.3 (which is in beta now) or later, visit this site and download the respective IPSW file.

10.3.2 IPSW Files for iPhone

iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 5s GSM): iPhone_4.0_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 5s GSM+CDMA): iPhone_4.0_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 6+): iPhone_5.5_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 6): iPhone_4.7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 6s): iPhone_4.7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 6s Plus): iPhone_5.5_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone SE): iPhone_4.0_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 7): iPhone_7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPhone 7 Plus): iPhone_7Plus_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw

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10.3.2 IPSW Files for iPad

iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air Cellular): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 Cellular): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air China): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 2 China): iPad_64bit_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 Cellular): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 3 China): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Air 2 Cellular): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 4 Wi-Fi): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Mini 4 Cellular): iPad_64bit_TouchID_10.3.2_14F91_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Pro Wi-Fi): iPadPro_12.9_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Pro Cellular): iPadPro_12.9_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Pro 9.7 Wi-Fi): iPadPro_9.7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad Pro 9.7 Cellular): iPadPro_9.7_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad 5 Cellular): iPad_6,11_iPad_6,12_10.3.2_14F90_Restore.ipsw
iOS 10.3.2 (iPad 5 Wi-Fi): iPad_6,11_iPad_6,12_10.3.2_14F90_Restore.ipsw

iOS 10.3.2 IPSW File for iPod Touch (6th Gen)

iOS 10.3.2 (iPod touch 6G): iPodtouch_10.3.2_14F89_Restore.ipsw

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Step #2. Next, you need to disable Find My iPhone feature. Head over to Settings → iCloud → Find My iPhone and turn it off.

Step #3. Next, you have to put your iOS device into DFU mode.

Note: Follow through this quite to enter DFU mode on your iPhone 7/7 Plus.

  • On other iOS devices, just connect your device to computer. Then, turn off your device. (press and hold on the power button and then slide to power off as usual.)
  • Now, you need to press and hold the Power button for 3 seconds. You have to hold the Home button while still holding the Power button for about 10 seconds.
  • Then after, you need to releasethe power button but keep holding the home button until you see a popup from iTunes that it has detected your device is in Recovery mode.

Note: In case the the popup doesn’t appear, you need to try the process of holding the buttons all over again.

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  • Then, click on the OK

Step #4. On your Mac, you have to hold the Alt/Option key (or Option+Command key)

On your Windows PC, you have to hold on the Shift key. Then, click on the Restore iPhone/iPad button.

Next up, you will have to browse and choose the IPSW file you have just downloaded.

Step #5. Now, you have to click on Restore and Update button to proceed.

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Once iTunes has verified the software, it will install it on your device. Now, you will have to wait for a few minutes until the process has been completed.

When the downgrading process is completed, you need to set up your device by following the on-screen instructions. Then, you can easily restore your device from any previous iTunes backup.

How to Downgrade iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.2 (via Recovery Mode)

You can also downgrade your device via Recovery Mode. Through this method, you can’t choose the iOS version you wish to go back unlike DFU mode. iTunes will automatically downgrade your device to the previous iOS version. (Here are the diffrences between Recovery Mode and DFU Mode)

Note: There is a smart way through which you can enter your iOS device into Recover Mode. The process is incredibly straightforward and doesn’t include any complicated step at all. Try out ReiBoot to make the process of entering recovery mode super simple.

To get started, just download ReiBoot on your computer, activate it. Next, launch the software and connect your device to the computer. Finally, click on Enter Recovery Mode. That’s done! If you have to often deal with recovery mode to either fix any stubborn issue or downgrade your device, I would recommend you to keep this handy software under your radar.

Put iPhone into Recovery Mode Using ReiBoot

If you don’t want to download ReiBoot, turn off your iOS device and then press and hold on the Home button. (on your iPhone 7/7 Plus, you need to press and hold on the Volume down button.)

Step #1. Now, connect your iPhone to your Mac or Windows PC. Now, ensure that iTunes is up and running.

Next, you need to release the volume down button when Connect to iTunes screen appears on your device.

Step #2. Now, click on Restore in the popup. Then, click on Restore and Update to confirm.

Step #3. You have to click on Next on the iOS 10.3.2 Software Updater.

Then, click on Agree to accept the Terms and Conditions.

Note: Just in case, your device reboots to your iOS beta even before the download process has been completed, you will have to repeat the same steps mentioned above.

Downgrade to iOS 10.3.2 using ReiBoot

If you do not want to go through the tedious process, you can use ReiBoot to downgrade iOS 11 directly. The main benefit of using ReiBoot is, you are not required to download IPSW as ReiBoot has got it in default. All you need to do is, use the function of “Fix iOS Stuck.”

After the download process is completed, you can either set your device as new or restore it from the previous backup. The choice is yours!

Wrapping up

What’s your take on iOS 11? Chip in with your valuable feedback.

Features like redesigned Control Center and App Store have made it really impressive. Besides, it’s said to be a lot faster and more stable than its predecessor.

As we are talking about iOS 11, you would want to have a look at these posts as well:

I. How to customize Control Center in iOS 11

II. How to Enable Dark Mode in iOS 11

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Jignesh Padhiyar
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.
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