Apple pushed out the final version of iOS 11, its latest mobile operating system release. Most iPhone and iPad units made in the last few years should be capable of downloading it now if you head over to the Settings panel and check for a software update under the General tab. For those who have been part of either the developer or public beta process, you’ll likely already have the finalized iOS 11 and shouldn’t need to do anything.

iOS 11, first unveiled in detail back at Apple’s WWDC in June, is the same incremental annual refresh we’ve come to expect from the company, but it hides some impressive complexity under the surface. Not only does it add some neat features to iOS for the first time, like ARKit capabilities for augmented reality and a new Files app, but it also comes with much-needed improvements to Siri; screenshot capture and editing; and the Control Center, which is now more fully featured and customization.

Before going ahead with installing iOS 11 on your apple device, it is important to note that backing up your data, either using iTunes or iCloud, is highly recommended before installing a major upgrade such as iOS 11. This is so that you can always revert back to your old setup incase anything goes wrong during or after the update.

Once you are done with the backup, follow the instructions below to update to iOS 11.

Here are the download links for iOS 11 for all compatible apple devices:

You need iTunes to Restore/Update your iPhone with below mentioned IPSW files, Click here to Download Apple iTunes x32 and x64 versions.

Install Instructions:

1.Download IPSW.
2.Download/Open iTunes.
3.Connect your iPhone.
4.Press Shift key + Click on restore button in iTunes.
5.Select downloaded IPSW in the opened dialog box and click Open.
6.Wait till iTunes finishing flashing your iPhone.
7.Disconnect your iPhone when process finished in iTunes.

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