Apple introduced the next version of its operating system at its annual WWDC event. The company kicks off iOS 14, watchOS 7, macOS Big Sur, tvOS 14, and iPadOS 14. As for now, all these updates are in the beta phase. Apple packs its new OS with a flurry of new useful features, that attract users to sideload the beta build on its device. If you’ve updated your iPhone to iOS 14 and want to downgrade your iPhone to iOS 13. Then, here’s the definitive guide that allows you to How to Downgrade iOS 14 Beta to iOS 13.
As usual, installing the first beta builds of iOS may harm your device as it may contain bugs. If you’re facing any issues while using iOS 14 / iPadOS 14 on your iPhone or iPad, then you can follow the step by step guide available in the next section. iOS 14 brings intuitive UI changes, It has App Library (with Jiggle Mode), PiP Mode, new Widgets, and much more. If you’ve updated your iPhone or iPad to taste the new Widgets (including Favorites Widgets), then sadly, the feature is not available in the first beta of iOS 14 / iPadOS 14.
Not only this, but the iOS 14 / iPadOS 14 also has some stability issues. I didn’t recommend sideloading the first beta build on your daily driver. If you’ve installed and faced some issues. Then you can check the below-listed steps to revert back to iOS 13.
Steps to Downgrade iPhone from iOS 14 Beta to iOS 13
Note: Make sure to backup your data, before downgrading your iPhone or iPad.
- At first, download the IPSW file for your iPhone.
- Now, Connect your iPhone or iPad to your Windows PC or Mac.
- Now, Open iTunes and select your device, place in the top left corner.
- Once done, press and hold left Shift key (on Windows) and left Alt key (on Mac) and click on Restore button.
- Here you can select the IPSW file that you’ve downloaded for your smartphone.
- Now, tap on agree for confirmation before upgrading.
- That’s it.
The process may take some time. Once the device has restored to the previous version, then you will see the Hello screen. Now you can backup your data and start using your iPhone or iPad running on iOS 13.
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