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Download iOS 11.3 IPSW for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

Download iOS 11.3 IPSW for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
Apple has released iOS 11.3 which brings a number of features and improvements. It also lets you turn off 'intentional slowdown.' Here are direct download links to iOS 11.3 IPSW.

After thorough beta testings, Apple has finally released iOS 11.3 for iPhone, iPad and iPhone touch devices. iOS 11.3 brings a number of features along with stability improvements. This includes ARKit updates, health records, new Animojis for iPhone X, business chat, Apple music, and app store changes among other features and improvements.

The most notable addition to iOS 11.3, however, is the Battery section. As Apple CEO Tim Cook promised earlier, you can now see the health of your battery. The battery section will show you whether your iPhone’s battery needs replacement and allows you to turn off iPhone slowdown.

After a number of buggy iOS releases in the last few months, we expect Apple to bring stability with iOS 11.3 before the next major iOS update – iOS 12 is announced in coming months.

To update your device to iOS 11.3, you can go to Settings > General > Software Update and hit the Download and Install button. Your device is required to be connected to WiFi before you can install the latest update.

You can also choose to completely wipe your device, use an iOS 11.3 IPSW file to restore via iTunes, and restore your data from backup. This method will come handy if you have multiple units of the same Apple device (two or more iPhone 8, for example) and you don’t wish to download the same update more than once (and save bandwidth).

You can also choose to download an IPSW file somewhere else and restore it using iTunes at home.

Anyways, here are direct links to download iOS 11.3 IPSW files for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models. Make sure you download the correct file for your device.

iOS 11.3 Direct Download Links

Note: Make sure you backup your device before restoring it in iTunes. In most cases, updating to latest iOS version via OTA updates works just fine and you might not need an IPSW file. Make sure you know what you’re doing before using an IPSW file.