Downgrade iOS 12.1 to iOS 12.0.1 – Here’s How on iPhone or iPad

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Here’s a complete and detailed tutorial on how you can downgrade iOS 12.1 to iOS 12.0.1 on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. This is a limited time opportunity only.

Downgrade iOS 12.1 to iOS 12.0.1 Today – This is a Limited Time Opportunity

iOS 12.1 is out and you can go ahead and download it right away. Of course, many people might not find the new update in good taste. If you’re one of them and reading this particular tutorial then you already know that your mind is set and you wish to revert your device back to iOS 12.0.1. It’s a pretty easy process but you’ll lose out on something: your data. Don’t panic though, as you can take a backup of everything using iTunes or iCloud and restore your device once you have set up iOS 12.0.1. So, with that out of the way, let’s dive into the tutorial itself.

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Downgrade iOS 12.1 – Tutorial

1. Download the iOS 12.0.1 IPSW from here and save the file onto your desktop.

2. Assuming you’ve taken a data of your complete data using iTunes or iCloud, plug your iOS device to your PC or Mac using a Lightning cable.

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3. On the main screen of iTunes, your device will be listed as a small ‘iPhone’ icon on the top left hand corner. Click on it.

4. Now click on the ‘Restore iPhone’ button while holding down the left Option key if you’re using a Mac, or the left Shift key if you’re on Windows.

5. Select the iOS 12.0.1 IPSW file you downloaded in step 1.

6. iTunes will start to extract the contents of the firmware and then restore your device. This is a great time to grab yourself a cup of coffee as the entire process will take a few minutes. Once it is done, you can unplug your device from iTunes or restore the backup you created using iCloud or iTunes.

Given how great iOS 12.1 is in terms of features, we highly recommend that you stick around with it. It adds support for dual SIM functionality on the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR as well as add Group FaceTime feature as well. Apart from that you can expect a bevy of bug fixes and performance related enhancements that are sure to make your device even faster in some cases. If you’re not up for that at all and wish to stick with iOS 12.0.1 then you might want to downgrade iOS 12.1.

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