Sep 14, 2013
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How to Update to iOS 7 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad Direct Download Link

Are you ready to upgrade to iOS 7? A new version of iOS has been unveiled during Apple keynote event 2013, iOS 7 Software Update for iPhone 4, 4S, 5 and the iPad 2, iPad with Retina, the iPad Mini, and the 5th gen iPod touch. Although, the all-new and elegant iOS 7 is officially release in September 18, but if you are too impatient to wait, here’s a very easy method to upgrade your iOS right now.

How to Update to iOS 7 for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad Direct Download Link

To get the update now, download the iPhone Software Update file (.ipsw).

Open up the disk image (.dmg) and find the iPhone Software Update file (.ipsw) for your device. Drag it to the desktop, or a folder of your choosing. Note: Windows users will need a tool like 7-Zip to do this, and will need to open the .hfs inside the .dmg as well

Connect iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to iTunes via USB. Note: If iOS device can’t automatically synchronize in iTunes, select it and go to the “Summary” tab

Hold down the option key (OS X) or the shift key (Windows) and click the Restore button. Browse to the .ipsw file that downloaded, select it, and wait for the update.

Once the update is completed, keep your iOS device connected until it restarts. After restarting, you’ll be greeted by a shiny, new iOS 7 homescreen.

iOS 7 Direct Download Links

iPhone 5 (Model A1428)

iPhone 5 (Model A1429)

 iPhone 4S

iPhone 4 (GSM)

iPhone 4 (CDMA)

iPad 4 (Wi-Fi)

iPad 4 (Wi-Fi + GSM)

iPad 4 (Wi-Fi + CDMA)

iPad 3 (Wi-Fi)

iPad 3 (Wi-Fi + GSM)

iPad 3 (Wi-Fi + CDMA)

 iPad 2 (Wi-Fi)

iPad 2 (Wi-Fi + GSM)

 iPad 2 (Wi-Fi + CDMA)

iPad mini (Wi-Fi)

iPad mini (Wi-Fi + GSM)

iPad mini (Wi-Fi + CDMA)

iPod touch (5th generation)

iTunes 11.1 Beta

Note: iOS 7 requires later version of iTunes

Since it doesn’t official Apple iTunes update, please be aware that there’s may some risk involved before you upgrade. Before update the iOS device, it’s advisable to back up the iDevice data with iTunes or iCloud. It allows users to restore from the backup without losing any of the personal data.

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