Apple iOS 10’s launch has been terrible and now people are looking to downgrade from iOS 10 to iOS 9. Fortunately for you, following the latest launch problems downgrading to iOS 9 is actually a simpler deal than usual so do it now while you have the chance to, keeping in mind that Apple might pull something in the future.
The fact that iOS launches are usually problematic is no new thing for us. People are used to this sort of thing from Apple and we’re not in the slightest surprised. The latest iOS 10 update has caused various errors to people connecting to iTunes and has caused the bricking of their iPhone or iPad devices. We can definitely understand why you’d want to downgrade from iOS 10 to iOS 9 and this is not so difficult. It’s highly recommended to stick to an older version of iOS until a newer and stabler one is released, and we really wish it wouldn’t be this way if Apple would do some quality control.
How To Downgrade iOS 10 To iOS 9
You’ll find that downgrading from iOS 10 to iOS 9 is a pretty simple deal. For a short amount of time you can downgrade your iOS device to iOS 9.3.5 by backing up your iPhone or iPad then restore it using the iOS 9.3.5 file as long as it’s signed by Apple (a quick Google search can yield you such a file). If you have trouble getting that file head on over to ipsw.me/9.3.1 and get the right file for your device. Just restore your device once you do this and you should be running iOS 9.3.5 in no time.
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