Don’t Want To Deal With iOS 10 Problems? Here’s How To Roll Back From iOS 10 To iOS 9

Apple just pushed out its latest and much awaited iOS 10 update on Sept. 13, and a swarm of iOS fans hurried to download the novel firmware and tap into its potential.

As it is with the first public release of any OS, some bugs and unpolished features are to be expected, but luckily there is always the chance to roll back to iOS 9 (or iOS 9.3.5) if things get too sour.

Tech Times has already covered the panic of users who saw their device bricking during the first hours of the iOS 10 going public, but it seems the problems have subsided.

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