iPad Air Slows Down On iOS 11

iPad Air Slows Down On iOS 11

First beta iOS 14 pleased many iPhone owners who ventured to upgrade. There are many innovations, most of the new functions work stably, and the overall speed of the system is adequate. However, some users have already regretted switching to the beta version of iOS 14, since its stability is much lower compared to the current versions of iOS 13. In this guide, we talked about how to correctly roll back from iOS 14 beta to iOS 13.

Important! The main rule of rollback with saving all data is that you must have a backup of your iPhone created under iOS 13. By rolling back from iOS 14 to iOS 13, you can only restore your iPhone from such a backup. A copy created already running iOS 14 will not work. Recovery will not work.

If there is no such backup, then rollback from iOS 14 to iOS 13 will lead to the loss of all data on the iPhone.

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How to return (roll back) from iOS 14 to iOS 13

1. Connect your iPhone to your computer and launch iTunes (Finder on macOS Catalina and Big Sur).

2. Put your iPhone in recovery mode. On different iPhone models, this is done in different ways:

Iphone 6s and older

  • Hold down the Home and Power buttons at the same time and hold them for about 15 seconds. Until the iPhone is detected in recovery mode.

Iphone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

  • Turn off your iPhone. At the same time, hold down the “Power” button and the volume down button and hold them for about 10 seconds. Until the message about finding the iPhone in recovery mode.

Iphone 8 and newer

  • Turn off your iPhone. Press the volume up button and the volume down button one at a time, and then hold down the Power button until the message that iPhone is detected in recovery mode appears.
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3. When iPhone successfully enters recovery mode in iTunes (or Finder on macOS Catalina and Big Sur), a warning window will appear. Select the option “Restore»And agree to the operation.

4. Wait for recovery to complete. It usually takes about 15 minutes.

5. When the restore completes successfully, iTunes (or Finder) prompts you to restore from the backup. Select this option to restore data to iPhone from a previously saved backup. Once again, note that the backup must be made running iOS 13. Otherwise, it can not be restored.

The recovery process from the backup takes up to 10 minutes. After its completion, you can again use the iPhone running iOS 13.

The final and stable version of iOS 14 will be released in the fall. In addition, starting in July, Apple will release public beta versions of iOS 14. Most often, their stability is higher than that of the tested assemblies for registered developers.

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