iOS 10 beta brings with is a lot of cool new features and additions. However it is after all still in beta, meaning it is bound to have bugs. For some people these bugs might not be worth the new features just yet. In this case you may want to downgrade back to iOS 9 until iOS 10 is finished.
While Apple is still signing iOS 9.3.2, you will be able to restore your device back to that version. Once iOS 10 is released to the public however, Apple will stop signing iOS 9.3.2 and it will not be possible to downgrade anymore.
Requirements and Notes:
- iTunes 12 or higher must be installed
- You will need to download the iOS 9 IPSW file you wish to downgrade to from our Downloads page
- This will only be possible while iOS 9.3.2/9.3.3 is being signed by Apple. It will not work once they stop signing it (when iOS 10 is released to the public)
- Make sure to backup any data you wish to keep as this will restore the device to factory settings
- Download the latest version of iOS 9 from our Downloads page.
- Plug your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad into your computer. Make sure you backup any data you want to keep as this will restore the device to factory settings.
- Open iTunes and select your iOS device in the left hand menu.
- Hold shift (Windows) or Alt/Option (Mac) on your keyboard. While you are doing this, click the ‘Restore’ button. This will prompt you to select the IPSW file you wish to restore to. Select the iOS 9 IPSW file you downloaded before.
- Your device will now begin to restore to iOS 9.
ALSO SEE: How to install iOS 10 Beta for free!