Apple is still signing the most recent versions of iOS 6, but it may not do so for long. Therefore, if you feel uncomfortable with iOS 7, it's high time to fire up your Mac to grab iOS 6 and follow the tips below to downgrade iOS 7 to iOS 6.
To ensure the iOS downgrade goes on smoothly, you need to do some preparations before you start.
Be aware that you'll only be able to downgrade to the most current iOS version, which is 6.1.4 for iPhone 5 users and 6.1.3 for iPhone 4S and below. When it comes to iCloud backups, you won't be able to use an iOS 7 backup on an iOS 6 device, so be prepared that you're going to lose any information you may have in those backups. Or you can use iPhone Data Recovery for Mac software to restore data after you downgrade to iOS 6.
Download iOS 6.1.3 for iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad models and iPad mini
Download iOS 6.1.4 for iPhone 5S/iPhone 5
3) Connect your iOS 7 devices to computer using USB cable. Then put iDevice to DFU Mode. Ensure that iTunes is running. To place the device into DFU mode do the following.
Make sure the screen is black and does not say connect to iTunes.
The rest should be left to iTunes. And in a few minutes your device should reboot and restore to iOS 6.1.3/iOS 6.1.4 firmware.
Tell us in the comment whether you have successfully downgraded from iOS 7 to iOS 6. If you have a different method to downgrade to iOS 6 from iOS 7, don't hesitate to let us know.