Apple release iOS 10 beta 1 for iOS Developer Programme members
Apple released the developer preview version for the iOS 10 at the WWDC and many enthusiasts have already managed to get hold of the build.
So, those of you who have downloaded the iOS 10 beta 1 update but are experiencing severe issues with it can always go back to the publicly released stable iOS 9.3.2 version.
How to downgrade step by step
Backup all of your data from the device be it iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
Download an iOS 9.3.2 ISPW for your device to your PC.
This indicates that this is the only version you can switch back to and nothing lower
The version weighs close to 2GB so make sure you have that much free space
The version will give you options of which you can only select the green one
Make sure that you have iTunes installed on your PC whether its Mac or Windows
Plug your device into your computer and launch the iTunes program if it does not already launch automatically after plug-in
Now you will see the upper rectangle block on your iTunes window that will give you two options to choose from - Check for update or Restore iPod/iPad/iPhone depending on the device you have
Mac users will need to hold the Option alt key and then click on Check for updates.
If you have a passcode, enter it and wait for the on-device consolidation to take place
To check if your downgrade has been successful head over to Settings About device to see the OS version, which should say iOS 9.3.2
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Those who want to still taste the iOS 10 update but fear for the stability of the device will have to wait until July when Apple is going to announce the public iOS 10 beta release, which is generally a much more stable version than the first one.
Those who do not want to take any risk with their phone will have to wait a while until Apple announces the iOS 10 final version most likely in September on board the iPhone 7.