With Apple expected to publicly unveil iOS 8 to the world during WWDC 2014, we have already seen a high demand from consumers, who are looking for a heads-up on an iOS 8 downgrade to iOS 7.
Although consumers love to install a new version iOS the minute it becomes available, we also find that many consumers live to regret that decision soon after and instantly search for a downgrade to the previous version.
iOS 8 is once again set to be an exciting upgrade for consumers, although Apple seems to have kept a lid on most of its new features compared to the the initial buildup to the launch of iOS 7.
The new software will probably arrive towards the end of the year on a new iPhone 6 as with previous tradition, but some consumers will hope that the option to downgrade iOS 8 is there for those that need it.
With this in mind, we think we have found what you are looking for as you’ll be interested to hear that there is a way to downgrade to a previous version of iOS, albeit a complicated way.
Read through the full guide here and you can find out that there is a way without jailbreaking your device to go back to a previous version. Those with Apple developer accounts will be able to downgrade iOS 8 to iOS 7 easier, but the process is a lot trickier for the general public.
Can you admit to needing a downgrade just days after Apple released a new version of iOS in the past? Let us know if you would like the process of downgrading iOS 8 to be made easier in case iOS 8 bugs threaten to spoil your experience.