How to Downgrade iOS 11 Beta 6 to iOS 10.3.3
“I upgraded my iPhone 7 last night to iOS 11 beta 6 and want to evert back to iOS 10.3.3, but don’t how to do? Please help!”
iOS 11 beta 6 is currently available to developers and users who registered for the public beta program. But as is the case with many beta builds, the firmware might not be so stable as the official version and may come with bugs, crashes, app incompatibility and all sorts of other issues. If you regret your impulsive update, then this hands-on tutorial is for you. In the following article and video walkthrough, we show you how to easily downgrade iOS 11 Beta 6 to iOS 10.3.3 on your iPhone 7/7 Plus/6s/6s Plus/6, iPad Pro/Air/mini.
Step to Uninstall iOS 11 Beta 6 to iOS 10.3.3 without Data Loss Using Tenorshare ReiBoot
Normally, a lot of users prefer to search and download firmware package matched for your iPhone or iPad. But this way may lead to your precious data loss. To safely and conveniently downgrade from iOS 11 Beta 6 to iOS 10.3.3 without using iTunes whist keeping the data safe, you’d better take advantage of a third-party iOS restore tool to help you go back to the previously stable iOS version. Tenorshare ReiBoot is such a tool can fully meet your demands which offer you a simple yet safe solution to remove your current iOS version and downgrade to previous lower one without any data loss. Now take a look at how it works.
To get started, download, install and launch Tenorshare ReiBoot to your PC, then connect your device via a USB cable.
Step 1: Select Fix All iOS Stuck from the main interface once connected. Then choose Fix Now (All iOS 11 Stuck) to proceed.
Step 2: In the next window, Tenorshare ReiBoot will provide you with the iOS 10.3.3 firmware package by default. Click Download to start download it online. Or you can choose to manually import the iOS firmware if you have already had one.
Step 3: After the downloading process done, confirm to Start Repair. Once repair completed, your device will restart automatically.
Only 3 steps, you can restore your device to iOS 10.3.3 safely. For detailed video walkthrough, please check it out here: