The feature-rich iOS 10 was officially released on September 13. Considered to be a major iOS update, it’s been making huge buzz ever since it was announced at WWDC 2016.
As soon as iOS 10 became available to download, many rushed to install it on their iPhone or iPad. Unfortunately, some of them are not too happy with the OS due to rapid battery draining or lagging on their device.
If you were one of those who did, and you want to revert to IOS 9, read this