iOS 8
iOS 8.4 is now available for Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch. Apple

Although we just got iOS beta 8.3 not that long ago, Apple has introduced iOS beta 8.4 which features the most discussed and awaited music service Beats Music. The revamped music serice was planned to release with iOS 9 but Apple decided to release the service with iOS 8.4 to expand music service to iPhone 4S and the fifth generation iPod Touch users. Reports say once Apple releases iOS 9, iPhone 4S and fifth gen iPod Touch users will need to update as the software will uncompatible.

The first beta version of iOS 8.4 is specially designed for the music service. Release notes also confirm this news. There aren't many big changes to iOS 8.4 and Apple pretty much re-bundled iOS 8.3 with the music app.

Some users may prefer the older beta versions and if you're one of these unhappy users you're in luck as we'll show you how to downgrade. This iOS 8.4 downgrade guide is compatible with Apple iOS 8.4 devices including the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPad 4, iPad 3, iPad 2, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad mini with retina display, and iPod touch 5G.

Steps to downgrade from iOS 8. 3 to iOS 8.2

Step 1: First of all, backup all data, including photos, music, movies and whatever data you find precious to iCloud or to a local PC. A full backup option is available on iTunes and iCloud, but it will not work if you restore a backup made on iOS 8.4 for an older version like iOS 8.3.

Step 2: Download iOS 8.3 IPSW for your Apple device. Be sure that you download the correct IPSW firmware according to the model number of your device. Make sure to save the file somewhere easy to find like your desktop.

Step 3: Launch iTunes, head over to the device Summary page

Step 4: Hold the Option/ Alt button on Mac, or Shift key if you are on Windows, then click the Restore iPhone button

Step 5: You should now see a prompt to browse and select the iOS 8.3 IPSW file you downloaded.

Step 6: Select and open the file, which should begin downgrading or, restoring to iOS 8.3 process.

The process should take not take more than a couple of minutes. If you happen to know another, faster way to downgrade share in the comment section below.

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