Updated to the first beta version of iOS 11 and have encountered many bugs and problems? At the moment, you can easily go back from iOS 11 to iOS and even iOS 10.3.2 10.3.3 beta.
The downgrade process can be performed using iTunes, but keep in mind that you will not be able to use a backup made in iOS 11. This means that when running iOS 10.3.x you will be able to configure the device as a new device or restore from a backup created on iOS 10 to update to iOS 11.
Step 1. Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes.
Step 2. Download IPSW file iOS 10.3.2 for your device on this link.
Step 3. On the device, you must deactivate the function “Find iPhone”. To do this, go to Settings -> iCloud – > Find my iPhone.
Step 4. Connect your iOS device to the computer and make sure iTunes recognized it. Next, turn iPhone or iPad into DFU mode. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus you need to completely turn off your smartphone, then press the power button and hold about 3 seconds, then also press the volume button down and hold both keys for 10 seconds. Then release the power button but continue holding the volume key for another 5 seconds.
Owners of older models should simultaneously hold down the power button and hold Home for 10 seconds then release the power key. Once your device is in DFU mode, iTunes will notify you.
Step 5. Hold down the Option key on Mac or Shift on Windows, click “Restore iPhone” and select the IPSW file you saved earlier.
Step 6. Wait for the completion of the process of installing the OS.
After that, the device will reboot and you will be greeted by the welcome screen iOS 10, after which you will be able to configure the gadget.