iOS 9.3.3 Update Available [IPSW Download Links]
Apple has released iOS 9.3.3 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The small point release update arrives as build 13G34 and includes bug fixes and security updates to the mobile operating system.
Updating to iOS 9.3.3
The easiest way to get iOS 9.3.3 is through the Over the Air update mechanism built into iOS.
Users can download iOS 9.3.3 on any device right now through the Software Update function on their iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, achieved through the Settings app by going to “General” and then to “Software Update”.
Optionally, individuals can connect an iPhone or iPad to a computer via USB and update through the iTunes app update feature, o by using IPSW with a firmware file matching their device.
Always back up an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch before updating system software.
iOS 9.3.3 IPSW Direct Download Links
Those who are interested in using firmware files to update their iOS devices can do so with the direct download links offered below:
- iPhone 6s
- iPhone 6s Plus
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone SE
- iPhone 5s CDMA
- iPhone 5s GSM
- iPhone 5 CDMA
- iPhone 5 GSM
- iPhone 5c CDMA
- iPhone 5c GSM
- iPhone 4s
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro
- 12.9-inch iPad Pro Cellular
- 9.7-inch iPad Pro
- 9.7-inch iPad Pro Cellular
- iPad Air 2
- iPad Air 2 Cellular
- iPad Air Cellular
- iPad Air
- iPad Air China model
- iPad 4 CDMA
- iPad 4 GSM
- iPad 4
- iPad 3
- iPad 3 Cellular GSM
- iPad 3 Cellular CDMA
- iPad 2 2,4
- iPad 2 2,1
- iPad 2 GSM
- iPad 2 CDMA
- iPad mini CDMA
- iPad mini GSM
- iPad mini
- iPad mini 2 Cellular
- iPad mini 2
- iPad mini 2 4,6 China model
- iPad mini 3 4,9 China model
- iPad mini 3
- iPad mini 3 Cellular
- iPad mini 4
- iPad mini 4 Cellular
- iPod touch 5th generation
- iPod touch 6th generation
Separately, Mac users will find OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan update available to download, tvOS 9.2.2 for Apple TV, and Apple Watch users will find watchOS 2.2.2 available as well.
I got the update on a ipod touch the 5th one
is it compulsory to turn find my iphone off if i am downgrading from ios 10 to ios 9? thanks
Definitely DO NOT upgrade ANY Apple devices without SERIOUS consideration. I just casually updated 9.3.3 and it caused me irreversable problems (estimate of damage in excess of $5,000). It was totally my mistake. I definitely should NOT have upgraded. I just wasn’t thinking and I think it is irresponsible of Apple to encourage upgrades that THEY DEFINITELY KNOW are going to cause problems with basically NO WARNING! I would spend at least 1 hour READING REVIEWS – BEFORE you decide to upgrade ANY Apple product. It’s not like the old days!
The two big lessons I have learned with iOS and Mac OS updates:
1 – Never update iOS without backing up first.
2 – If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
Deviating from those two rules is asking for trouble. I had to spend 5 hours troubleshooting and restoring an iPhone recently (64GB iPhone takes multiple hours to restore via USB, or about 3 days over iCloud), it is such a hassle that no feature on earth could justify the lost time and frustration.
Thats a very fine updated – not just my 6S but also my 5C are FLYING fast now in comparison to 9.3.2!
Upgrade total rubbish touch ID now not working even after a hard rest and very little response from Apple over a solution. Don’t upgrade!!!
You have provided wrong links to iPhone 5S models…
iPhone 5s CDMA = iPhone6,1
(now is: http://appldnld.apple.com/iOS9.3.3/031-59915-20160718-06E853A6-4378-11E6-80FA-D67E1F4CED14/iPhone6,2_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw)
iPhone 5s GSM –> iPhone6,2
(now is: http://appldnld.apple.com/iOS9.3.3/031-60161-20160718-06EA5B88-4378-11E6-B0C8-92F759E0E9B6/iPhone6,1_9.3.3_13G34_Restore.ipsw)
So you just need to switch them. ;)
whats the difference? which one should I get?
what model is your iPhone exactly and what carrier is it on? That’s what determines IPSW to use.
every time I try and go onto iTunes and click the file for IOS 9 it just says that it’s a zipped folder and won’t let me access it. So in other words it won’t let me downgrade, help?
No reason to update this one?
Nope, none whatsoever. Security fixes should always be ignored.