Downgrade iOS 13.4.1 to iOS 13.4 on iPhone and iPad [Tutorial]

Uzair Ghani
Downgrade iOS 13.4.1 / iPadOS 13.4.1 on your iPhone and iPad today before Apple stops signing the firmware

Here's how to downgrade iOS 13.4.1 to iOS 13.4 (iPadOS included) on your iPhone and iPad in a few simple steps.

Downgrade iOS 13.4.1 to iOS 13.4 Today on iPhone and iPad Before Apple Stops Signing the Firmware

Apple released iOS 13.4.1 and iPadOS 13.4.1 just a while back and it is nothing more than a bug fix release. It fixes bugs related to FaceTime and Bluetooth and everyone should go ahead and install it. But, if for some reason you think you should stick with iOS 13.4 / iPadOS 13.4 then you should avoid this update completely. If you have updated already, then we will show you how you can downgrade iOS 13.4.1 / iPadOS 13.4.1 to iOS 13.4 / iPadOS 13.4. Be sure to do it soon though, as Apple could stop signing the firmware without any prior notice.

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Downrade iOS 13.4.1 / iPadOS 13.4.1

Step 1. Backup everything using iTunes, Finder or iCloud.

Step 2. Download the iOS 13.4 / iPadOS 13.4 firmware file from the link below:

Step 3. Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer using a Lightning or USB-C cable.

Step 4. Launch Finder or iTunes once connected.

Step 5. Select your device from the top left hand corner of iTunes, or from the left hand side pane in Finder.

Step 6. Now click on the Restore iPhone button while holding down the left Option key (Mac) or the left Shift key (Windows).

Step 7. Select the firmware file you downloaded in step 2.

Step 8. Let Finder / iTunes verify the contents of the firmware and restore it onto your device. This may take a while.

Step 9. Once everything is complete, you will see the Hello screen. Restore the previous backup you took prior to the downgrade and start setting things up.

If you are planning to stick around with iOS 13.4 / iPadOS 13.4 for a while then you might want to disable automatic updates by going to Settings > General > Software Update. When the feature is disabled, your iPhone or iPad won't try to download and install any firmware update while you are asleep.

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