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Don't Expect the iOS 10.3.2 Downgrade to Last Long

Don't Expect the iOS 10.3.2 Downgrade to Last Long

Don't expect Apple to keep the iOS 10.3.2 downgrade open for very long. 

Downgrading from one version of iOS to another can sometimes alleviate performance issues. Unfortunately, Apple doesn't keep the downgrade loophole open forever. 

Typically, the company closes it up a couple of weeks after it releases a new version of iOS. Apple recently shut off the iOS 10.3.1 downgrade and we'd expect it to kill off the iOS 10.3.2 downgrade within days after the release of iOS 10.3.3.

If you curious about the downgrade process and/or think you might need it in the future, now would be a good time to get familiar with the process

This way, you'll be ready to drop down to iOS 10.3.2 if the iOS 10.3.3 update starts giving you problems. 



  1. Jdj

    06/20/2017 at 2:36 pm

    Most worthless article of the day! Congrats!

  2. Tom

    07/19/2017 at 10:41 am

    Just a bunch of general information, nothing specific about 10.3.3… what a shame.

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