An Apple’s phone is a dream for everyone. Most of the smartphone lovers choose iPhone due to its performance and integrated making. As you all know, iPhone is one among the top-selling product after Rubik’s cube in the entire world. The OS software is commonly known to as iOS is a secure platform with strict controls and instant monitoring facilities.
The major reason for the increasing attraction towards iPhone is purely based on its iOS and latest features. The latest introduced iOS is the iOS 11 and it was launched in mid 2017, it is the successor of iOS 10.
iOS 11 Features
As mentioned earlier, iOS 11 is the eleventh installment by Apple Inc. iOS 11 is a closed source model with open source components. The initial release was on June 5, 2017, but the official launching was done by September 17, 2017. The major attractions include the combined lock screen and notification panel. The technology allows the user to directly access the details from the lock screen itself. 3D touch icons, File manager app, high-performance record screen facilities are the other attractions. This iOS also supports the augmented reality with best of its class experience. The iOS version gained positive reviews with its customized design and augmented reality support.
Need for Downgrade to iOS 10
Soon after the initial release of the beta version of iOS 11 many reports were suggested the slower performance rates in the devices using iOS 11 other than previous versions. The rates hiked by 20% gradually due to the design inconsistency and bugs. Some highlighted issues are the following, WiFi and Bluetooth control center toggles, Battery drain issues, Calculator bug and keyboard autocorrect bugs. Battery drain issues were majorly concerning the users who upgraded to the latest iOS version.
How to downgrade from iOS 11 to iOS 10
iOS 11 was initially designed for 64-bit processor devices, but users who unknowingly updated to iOS 11 faced a few issues with system’s overall performance and battery life. So, downgrading to the previous version is the only alternative for this situation. Let’s see how it’s done,
First of all, you have to understand that downgrading is a time-consuming process of about 35 to 45 minutes, please ensure that your device has sufficient battery charge and data’s are properly backed up.
- Goto iTunes-Account- Check for available download-Ok
- Download iOS 10.3.3 IPSW file to your desktop/laptop
- Goto Settings- Your Name-iCloud-FindMy iPhone and toggle Find my iPhone to ‘off’
- Now connect your iPhone to your Desktop/Laptop
- Long Press Home Button/ Power Button + Volume button until DFSU window( Recovery mode window) is flashed in the desktop window.
- Press shift and Restore iPhone option. Choose the previously downloaded IPSW file. Click Ok
A window will be displayed after restore asking Whether to Restore Backup or Continue as a new device according to your requirement.