By TechThop Team
Posted on: 20 Aug, 2022
Apple users are assured that Tenorshare, a reputable software company, will make sure that upgrading and downgrading iOS 16 will not pose a problem for them.
With Tenorshare iCareFone, you can back up your iPhone before updating to iOS 16 Beta, while with Tenorshare ReiBoot, you can remove the iOS 16 Beta profile and go back to iOS 15.6. As a result, iOS 16 can be upgraded and downgraded easily.
'The new iOS might not work as smoothly as expected for many users. If this is the case, you intend to revert to the previous version. With Tenorshare ReiBoot, you can easily downgrade from iOS 16 to iOS 15.6 if you don't like it.
While introducing the new feature of Tenorshare ReiBoot, the company's CEO announced that the Deep Downgrade feature offers users the ability to downgrade iOS 16 Beta without losing data.
The first step to updating your iPhone to iOS 16 is to back up the device with Tenorshare iCareFone. Your PC/Mac needs to be equipped with iCareFone. Initiate the backup process by selecting the 'Backup & Restore' option and specifying the types of data to backup.
The configuration profile for iOS 16 Beta is available for download on the Apple Beta Software Program site. You will then be able to update your iPhone to iOS 16 this way.
Make a backup of your iPhone with iTunes/Finder before uninstalling iOS 16 Beta. Use a USB cable to connect your iPhone to the computer, open iTunes/Finder, select 'Back up all data,' and click 'Back up now.'
The 'Deep Downgrade' function of Tenorshare ReiBoot allows you to downgrade to iOS 15 after making a backup. You can then select 'Deep Downgrade' from the 'Downgrade iOS' menu.
As soon as the firmware package has been downloaded, the tool will begin the deep downgrade process. Within a few minutes, you will be back on iOS 15.6. The iOS 16 backup file must be modified once you revert to iOS 15.
Then open iTunes/iFinder, press 'COMMAND' and ','; in the pop-up window, select 'Devices', right-click the backup, and select 'Show in Finder.' Next, you need to change the 'Product Version' string to 'iOS 15.6,' and finally use iTunes/iFinder to restore the backup.
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