Apple’s update for iOS 13.1.1 is not so easy or not without bugs and other issues, and if those problems become annoying you to use your iPhone like usual, you may want to downgrade.
Many thoughts arise in your mind that you just don’t like the iOS 13 update as it stands right now, whether that’s iOS 13.0, 13.1, 13.1.1, or 13.1.2. If your iPhone has become increasingly unusable as you’d like to use it, you’re not stuck with it — you can downgrade back to iOS 12.4.1.
On Sep 19 Apple released iOS 13, on sept. 24 iOS 13.1 and on Sept. 27 iOS 13.1.1.. But iOS 13.1.1 and iPadOS 13.1.1 are now available for download. If you have auto-update turned on, you need to install the update, and that might be a problem.
How to downgrade iPadOS 13.1.1 or iOS 13.1.1 to 13.1, 13, or 12.4.1
Here’s a step-by-step procedure covering how to downgrade iPadOS 13.1.1 or iOS 13.1.1 to 13.1, 13, or 12.4.1.
Some users don’t like to update the newer versions of iPadOS or iOS for lots of reasons. One reason is that they want to make sure there aren’t any virus, bugs or error with a new update before they commit and another is because they prefer to stay on an older version.
Whatever the reason behind this but if you want to go back to iOS 13.1 or iPadOS 13.1, we have you covered. Downgrading isn’t all that hard it’s quite easy if you take interest in it. Some basic steps are given below.
Step 1: At first, you’ve to ensure that the latest version of iTunes installed on your computer, whether that’s a PC or a Mac. You’ll also need to download the IPSW file for iPad 13.1 or iOS 13.1 depending on the device you’re using.
Step 2: After that, you need to disable Find iPad/My iPhone. Then go to Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone / iPad and flick the switch. A popup appears which allow you to enter your Apple ID credentials.
Step 3: Now connect your iPad or iPhone to your computer, and then check iTunes opened all on its own. You also need to put your device into DFU mode too. But we’ve already covered that before in the guides below.
- iPhone 7 / 7 Plus owners: Enter DFU Mode On iPhone 7 Or iPhone 7 Plus,
- If you have an iPhone 6s / 6s Plus, then you must follow the instructions given below.
Step 4: Once you put your device in DFU mode, iTunes will notice and ask if you want to get things moving.
Step 5: Press and hold the Option key on a Mac or the Shift key on a PC. Click the Restore option in iTunes. Select IPSW (which you want to use) file from it wherever you saved it to earlier.
Step 6: At last iTunes will work its magic and once your iPad or iPhone has restarted once or twice, you’ll be running as well as back up. Now welcome to iPadOS 13.1 or iOS 13.1!