Recently Apple Inc. launched and released the update for their mobile operating system iOS 9 with some enhancements providing the people some new functions and features. iOS has uplifted some applications like News, Maps and Notes etc in order to provide the user the best working and making the user experience better. iOS 9 is available for most devices like iPhone 6, 6+, 5S, 5C and 4S along with for iPad 2, Mini, 3, 4, Air 2, Air offering the customers of the company to access the latest characteristics inherited and present for them.
Many people are growing fond of it and loving the iOS 9 update, although for numerous people it is not their cup of tea and are finding difficulty is using it. There are some untested bugs and glitches in the new version of iOS making the features available to seemed as broken, making it to be seem like that the operating system isn’t ready to be accessed at the time posing instability to the device. If you are experiencing the same difficulties while using iOS 9 on your device then you have an option to do reverting back from iOS 9 to iOS 8.3 for bringing back the stability in the device and working with it properly. The process is simple to do and allows you to use iOS 8.3 without any sort of trouble.
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Downgrading iPhone from iOS 9 to iOS 8.3:
The guide is provided with the help of you can perform downgrade of your iPhone running on iOS 9 back to iOS 8.3 without any sort of trouble and using the previous version of iOS with ease. The important element needed for performing the downgrade is the backup made by iTunes when you upgraded from iOS 8.3 to iOS 9.
You must have upgraded the iPhone from the help of iTunes by developing a backup of the data of the device when running on iOS 8.3. While upgrading to iOS 9 you must be asked to keep of the data of the previous version and it will play a key role in downgrading.
Enter the device into recovery mode before connecting to iTunes, you have to shut down the device and connect the Lighting Cable to the system avoid linking the iPhone now.
Now hold the Home Button then connect it with the cable make sure you hold till you see the recovery mode image on the iPhone. iTunes will immediately recognize the device in a matter of seconds. A window will pop-up asking you to Restore or Update the device where you have to choose Cancel to avoid the both of them.
In iTunes you will find your iPhone selected click on Restore and Update which will pop-up an another window will come up asking to Restore the iPhone to its Factory settings agree to it by clicking on Restore and Update.
Wait for a couple of minutes for allowing iTunes to finish the process, depending on the setup you can restore the device from the backup or set it as fresh new iPhone. If you select to start then you have to go under the tutorial of iOS setup initial process. This process can also be performed on iPad or iPod Touch also.