Apple released iOS 11.1.1 to the masses a few days ago and it incorporates a fix for the ‘i’ autocorrect bug and ‘Hey Siri’ becoming unresponsive. Obviously, as ever, on the off chance that you are one of the many who trusts that they have made an ‘error’ refreshing to iOS 11.1.1, at that point you have the total alternative to move back to either iOS 11.1, iOS 11.0.3, iOS 11.0.2 or iOS 11.0.1. What’s more, obviously, this downsize procedure is just accessible to everybody for a constrained timeframe, as long as Apple is marking the firmware to which you are arranging your minimization to.
- Make sure you have backed up everything using iTunes or iCloud as the downgrade process will erase everything from your device.
- Download iTunes if you haven’t already at this link: apple.com/itunes
- Download the firmware files to which you wish to downgrade to iOS 11.1, iOS 11.0.3, iOS 11.0.2 or iOS 11.0.1.
- Make sure your iPhone or iPad is completely charged up before proceeding.
- A Lightning cable.
Downgrade iOS 11.1.1 Tutorial.
1. Connect your iOS device to your PC or Mac using a Lightning cable.
2. Launch iTunes.
3. Select your device from the upper to the left-hand corner of iTunes.
4. Click on the Restore iPhone button while holding down the left Shift button (Windows) or the left Option key (Mac).
5. Select the IPSW firmware file you wish to downgrade to.
6. iTunes will now extract the firmware, restore it to your device and then verify everything with Apple. If everything went well, you should be done in a matter of minutes.
As soon as your device boots up, you can either set it up as fresh or restore from an existing backup. It’s entirely your call.