iOS 10.3.1 Update Available for iPhone, iPad [IPSW Download Links]

Apr 3, 2017 - 16 Comments

iOS 10.3.1 update

Apple has released iOS 10.3.1 for iPhone and iPad users. The small point release update is said to include bug fixes and security enhancements.


iOS 10.3.1 did not undergo any public beta testing and has been released soon after iOS 10.3, though a separate beta for iOS 10.3.2 is concurrently available.

As usual, compatible iOS devices can find the latest software update available via the Over the Air update mechanism on their devices via the Settings app, or through iTunes on a computer. Updating to iOS 10.3.1 from iOS 10.3 makes the update fairly small, weighing in around 32MB.

Always backup an iPhone or iPad before attempting to install system software updates.

iOS 10.3.1 IPSW Direct Download Links

IPSW firmware files are hosted by Apple, right-click and choose “Save As” for best results when downloading:

Other available updates include macOS 10.12.4, tvOS 10.2, and watchOS 3.2.

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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in iPad, iPhone, News

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  1. Gorbnar says:

    Yippee Kai Yay!

  2. somebody says:

    Hey I’ve noticed that some IPSW posts aren’t showing in the IPSW tag page ( http://osxdaily.com/tag/ipsw/ ).
    This post is not showing there either.

  3. Dan says:

    Can I delete the beta profile and downgrade from iOS 10.3.2 beta 1 (currently running) to this release 10.3.1? Will I lose any data?

    Also do the VPN apps work in this release? Currently they are broken in the beta.

  4. Josh S says:

    Ah ha, my iPhone 5c appears to get 10.3.1.
    It didn’t get 10.3 ?

    J

    • Luis says:

      Nope. The iphone 5 and 5c were left out of the 10.3 update -some assumed because it it introduced 64-bit architecture-, then put back in line for 10.3.1. Weird, but Apple did that.

  5. Felipe says:

    Nerds struggling to keep up this stupid update agenda.

    • Luis says:

      Apple needs to slow down their update program. They’d be able to find and eliminate more bugs if they waited longer between updates, especially those that are aiming just at that and include no new features (usually the two point ones such as 10.3.1 and 10.3.2)

  6. Josh says:

    So far 10.3.1 is tearing through battery, I can understand losing the 1st charge due to reformat and encryption, but I’m still watching the bar drop – and that’s with a newish battery. (5c)

  7. Martin says:

    Warnig! iPhone SE is linked here to: iPhone_4.0_64bit_10.3.1_14E304_Restore.ipsw

  8. dami says:

    hello, what file exactly am i gonna upload once i click the SHIFT button on the UPDATE option. I cant seem to find the required file it needs before update starts

    • Luis says:

      You will use the ipsw file for the device you’re updating, but you need to download it first using the links above. Be sure to note the location where it is saved. Alternatively, you can just hit the update button on itunes (no shift) or go to settings>general>software update on the device itself and the right update file for that device will automatically start downloading.

  9. Robbie the Geek says:

    Further to Luis ….. after u download the IPSW, you’ll need to name the extension ” ipsw”. Example … ” myfiledownload.ipsw “.

  10. christian merencilla says:

    I have an iPhone 5c. I can’t upgrade my iOS 7.2 to iOS 10.3.1. When I upgrade always error. Help me please !!!!!

  11. Niyi says:

    I downloaded the iOS for my iPhone 6 from your IPSW Download Links. After connecting my phone to my iTunes… It’s still asking me to download and update … Please help

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