Apple has released iOS 10 beta 1st to
developers earlier this week at its WWDC 2016 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
It is not available for public yet but developers and some of the users have
already updated to iOS 10. Here’s how to install iOS 10 on iPhone and iPad withoutcomputer or developer account

Here’s how to downgrade your iPhone and iPad from iOS 10 beta to iOS 9.3.2.Since Apple is still signing the iOS 9.3.2 firmware, downgrading is now possible since iOS 10 is still in its beta stage.

iOS 10 comes with lots of new features like a new and smarter Siri, improved
iMessages redesigned Apple Music app, Maps, and News and more which is likely
to be available for public betas in July at beta.apple.com and
will be officially released in this fall.
If you feel iOS 9.3.2 is better than iOS
10 beta or if you have also faced a number of issues on iOS 10 beta and want to
downgrade to iOS 9.3.2, here is how you can get back to iOS 9.3.2 quickly. No
worries if you had accidentally upgraded via iTunes through developer account or
OTA update. Since Apple is still signing the iOS 9.3.2 firmware,
downgrading is now possible since iOS 10 is still in its beta stage.
Here’s how to downgrade your iPhone and
iPad from iOS 10 beta to iOS 9.3.2
  • First of all, you need to download the
    iOS 9.3.2 firmware file for your device from our Download page.
  • You need to upgrade or download iTunes
    to the latest version on your Mac or PC.
  • Now Turn off Find my iPhone &
    disable passcode lock via the Settings app. (Settings > iCloud >
    Find my iPhone).
  • Launch iTunes & connect
    your iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch using data cable to your computer.
  • Hold the Alt/Option key on
    the Mac or Shift Key in Windows on your keyboard. 
  • Now Select the iOS 9.3.2 ipsw file
    you had downloaded earlier.
  • Then click on the Restore iPhone.
iTunes will inform that it will restore your
iOS device to iOS 9.3.2 and Click Restore.
After restored, your device will reboot
to the welcome screen and will now install iOS 9.3.2 on your device.
That’s it. Your device should now be
successfully downgraded to iOS 9.3.2 from iOS 10 beta.
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