How to Downgrade from iOS 14 Beta to iOS 13

If you don’t like the new features, encounter problems, or need an app that doesn’t work in iOS 14 beta, you can uninstall iOS 14 beta and revert to iOS 13. Here’s how to uninstall iOS 14 beta and revert to iOS 13.

This works for reverting from iOS 14 developer beta to the latest iOS 13. Since you can’t restore an iOS 14 backup to a device on iOS 13, you’ll want to make sure you have a backup from iOS 13.

You can count on this work until the iOS 14 release date and up to a week after the official release. The only thing that will change is which version of iOS 13 you download to. Apple will not turn off this downgrade from the beta to the standard version.

What Are the Challenges of Downgrading to iOS 13?

If you created an archived local backup before joining the beta, you can easily uninstall the iOS 14 beta and restore the backup to go to where you were before you tried it. If you didn’t make a backup, you can still downgrade, but you can’t restore and continue from where you were.

In most cases, downgrading from iOS 14 beta to iOS 13 comes with no major catches. While Apple doesn’t fully support downgrades from official releases, they all participate in the process.

In addition to your archived iOS 13 backup, it’s a good idea to back up your phone in iOS 14 before starting the downgrade for your complete protection.

How to Downgrade from iOS 14 Beta

To revert to iOS 13 from iOS 14 beta, you must use recovery mode.

This guide walks you through the transition from iOS 14 beta to iOS 13.5.1 or whatever the current version of iOS is as you read this. The action will send you back to the latest official version of iOS. You will restore your iPhone while in recovery mode. Here’s how to put your iPhone into recovery mode and downgrade to iOS 13.

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  2. With Lightning Cable.
  3. Bay . This varies by device, so follow the instructions below for the model you have.
  4. Finder opens asking if you want to Restore. to erase iPhone
  5. and then start fresh or restore to an iOS 13 backup

You will most likely need to turn off Find My iPhone for this to work. To do this, go to when prompted and enter your password.

How To Put Your iPhone Into Recovery Mode?

Select Restore to install the current non-beta iOS version.

Select Restore to install the current non-beta iOS version.

Instructions for getting your iPhone into recovery mode vary from device to device. Your iPhone must be connected to a computer for this to work. Here’s a breakdown of how it works.

Once you see a recovery screen on your iPhone and a message to connect to iTunes, you can go ahead and follow the restore options on your computer. This will take you back to iOS 13.

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