If you’ve been experiencing a fatal battery bug in iOS 7 Beta that is causing you to go from %100 to around %31 in a matter of hours, then I’d suggest that you downgrade back to iOS 6 until a newer iOS 7 Beta comes out that fixes this or till the official iOS 7 comes out. As with any beta product, this is to be expected as it’s not consumer ready, so if you enjoyed iOS 7 Beta but need a fully functinoal iPhone I suggest downgrading at this time.
- First thing you’ll have to do is go into iCloud settings and turn off Find My iPhone so that you can restore your phone. (This is a new feature in iOS 7 Beta, to prevent people from wiping your device when it’s stolen.
- Now that that is taken care of, connect your iPhone to your computer, and like with iOS 7 Beta, you’ll have to option click the Restore iPhone Button. Then when the window pops up, press Shift+Command+G simultaneously and enter this in the search bar “~/Library/iTunes/iPhone Software Updates”. This should show you the iOS 6 .ipsw file, if not you can download the proper iOS 6 for your device here.
- That’s it, once the restore is complete you can restore from your original backup you made before switching to iOS 7.