iOS 4.3.3 Download is Available Now

May 4, 2011 - 36 Comments

iOS 4.3.3 IPSW Update is Available to Download iOS 4.3.3 has been released, the update is primarily aimed to address the storage of iPhone tracking cache and database files that caused a media conniption and some amusing comics earlier in the month.

You can download iOS 4.3.3 directly from iTunes and that is recommended for most users. Otherwise, you can use the direct links below:

iOS 4.3.3 Direct Download Links

These are direct download links for iOS 4.3.3 IPSW files from Apple’s Servers. Right-click and “Save As” the file, it should be a .ipsw extension and NOT a .zip:

If you just update iOS through iTunes, these IPSW files are not any use to you. Nonetheless, if you want to learn to use IPSW files to update iOS manually you can.

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Posted by: Matt Chan in iPad, iPhone, News

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  1. Ayodele igbekele says:

    I want to update my iPad to iOS 12.0 in other to download.

  2. dileep says:

    i downloaded this in IPSw format what to do next to upgrade this in to my Iphone 3gs? i dont have Itunes with me

  3. manozac2000 says:

    i tried from dap downloader also

  4. manozac2000 says:

    i downloaded file from appledownloader also
    i downloaded from fire fox also
    i downloaded form iosdaily also
    i block firewall also
    i tried snowbreeze also
    every time i get answer
    3194 error

  5. Amit says:

    hi bro i have iphone 3gs 16 gb with 4.1 version
    i want to upgrade to 4.3 but my phone is from US thats mean a locked phone so help me wt shuld i do…

  6. Scott says:

    If it is really that much of a trouble just to rename the file. How about download it using another browser such as Chrome. Internet Explorer is known to automatically give you a zip file.

  7. max says:

    hi, anyone there can pls help.i got the same problems with the ipsw file too.i am using window 7 and had downloaded many times from different link, still couldnt get the .ipsw file.it keep giving me .zip file instead.how to dl the correct ipsw file?
    thank you, would appreciate alot if some guides to help!!!

  8. Yo' says:

    MY download is takin’ fo’ eva!!! This isnot making me happy >:( PLEASE HURRY UP!!!! >:(MY I PHONE NEED DAH DOWNLOAD NOW!!!):<

  9. someone says:

    Hi there guys,

    when u download ipsw u get a window were to safe to right? When u save it just put .IPSW behind it and safe it. Here ya go no need for tool,

    cy

  10. john says:

    I’ve just purchased the 3gs version. I use Windows.
    The extension of the file is .dmg (the mac extension to the iOs). I’ve already tried to convert whit powerISO, but it didn’t work. What can I do, folks? Thanks

  11. mark says:

    Ok, so what file is it exactly? when you extract it, a number of files come out. So I renamed Resore.(i forget) into a .ipsw file but it was unreadable. What next?

  12. Eddie says:

    Hi guys, try this if u have a trouble with ur .zip file…

    1. the file should not be opened or u risk corrupting it.

    2. open windows explorer

    3. go to TOOLS — FOLDER OPTIONS — VIEW

    4. unmark hide file extensions for known file types.

    5. right click on file. RENAME. changet the extension (.rar or .zip) to .IPSW

    there all done

    br;)

  13. Jailbroken leg says:

    Blah says:

    June 7, 2011 at 12:08 am You rename the file from THEFILENAME.zip to THEFILENAME.ipsw

    If you don’t see the “.zip” extension, open “My Computer” (or “Computer” in start menu), press “Alt” and open the “Tools” menu at the top of the window. Select “Folder Options…” and click the “View” tab. Uncheck “Hide extensions for known file types” click “Apply” then “Apple to all folders”.

    After that you should be able to change “.zip” to “.ipsw”

    Blah is correct.

  14. Danny says:

    After i downloaded the ipsw, how do i update my i-phone’s ios?

  15. Ryan says:

    When I click browse it does not find the file i downloaded.

  16. Brianner says:

    Can I download and use this IPSW instead of my own i updated throught itunes?

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    • Shawn says:

      I am new at this so please bear with me – I can not get the 4.3.3 IPSW to download – I only get a .zip file. Please help – thanks

    • Blah says:

      You rename the file from THEFILENAME.zip to THEFILENAME.ipsw

      If you don’t see the “.zip” extension, open “My Computer” (or “Computer” in start menu), press “Alt” and open the “Tools” menu at the top of the window. Select “Folder Options…” and click the “View” tab. Uncheck “Hide extensions for known file types” click “Apply” then “Apple to all folders”.

      After that you should be able to change “.zip” to “.ipsw”

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  26. Kevin says:

    I like the tracking “bug” and I see no reason to patch it, why not make it optional? I’m not updating to 4.3.3

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