Downgrade iOS 11 Or 11.0.2 To iOS 10.3.3 On iPhone 6s Only Now

You read it right. For some unknown reason, Apple has randomly started signing iOS 10.3.3 once again specifically for iPhone 6s, meaning that anyone who is running iOS 11, iOS 11.0.1, or the latest 11.0.2 firmware are eligible to roll back the firmware back to the last publicly available version of iOS 10. With the only caveat being that it must be an iPhone 6s.

iOS 10.3.3 and even iOS 11.0 was stopped by Apple approximately 24 hours ago and closed the digital signing of both for all iOS devices capable of supporting iOS 11. That is to say, 64-bit hardware.


Honestly, given the fact that we are now sitting with iOS 11.0.2 as the latest public version of iOS platform, the closing of iOS 10.3.3 seemed very timely and definitely expected.

For one reason or another, it is unknown to everyone except those within Apple, iOS 10.3.3 is now being signed again pure for iPhone 6s hardware. With the re-opening of that signing window means that the iPhone 6s owners can instantly get back again to iOS 10.3.3.

No one has yet been able to confirm if this is conscious decision made by Apple as part of an effort to better service iPhone 6s device owners who may have issues with iOS 11. Furthermore, giving them the opportunity to get back to what is deemed to be a stable version of iOS by many, or purely accidental or a bug that the window has effectively been re-opened with immediate effect.

Literally, there will be a minimal number of iPhone 6s owners rejoicing at this particular news. What do you think?

At this far moment, the reasoning behind the re-opening situation is really immaterial. Those who feel the need to go back to iOS 10.3.3 on iPhone 6s currently can, which matters more. Still there is no jailbreak for iOS 10.3.3, and this won’t be a long-term re-opening though. So it makes sense to act quickly for anyone wishing to take advantage of the situation and go through the process below.

You can follow our previous guide on how to go through that downgrade process here: How To Downgrade iOS 11.0.2 / 11 To iOS 10.3.3 / iOS 10 [Tutorial].

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