Apple Releases iOS 10.3 with AFPS, Find My AirPods, and More

Apple has finally released the final version of iOS 10.3 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch to the general public. This latest installment of Apple’s mobile operating system comes with some great new additions such as Find My AirPods feature, Apple’s new file system dubbed as APFS, CarPlay improvements, and much more.

iOS 10.3 has become the first iOS version to introduce Find my AirPods features built right into the Find My iPhone application. Other than that, the Verizon users will also get the Wi-Fi calling feature for the iCloud-connected iOS device. The new software update also includes an alert for 32-bit devices suggesting that iOS 11 could only support the 64-bit devices.

Starting with iOS 10.3, App developers will now also be able to response to the app reviews and a system-wise app review request feature is also being worked on. The iOS 10.3 also introduces iClouds analytics.

You can easily update to iOS 10.3 using built-in OTA update feature by going in Settings > General > Software Update. iOS should automatically check for the available iOS 10.3 software update. Follow the on-screen instructions to download and install it.

If you do not want to go through the OTA update route, or want to fresh install iOS 10.3 after cleaning everything from your device, you need to download iOS 10.3 IPSW files which are posted below. Download the iOS 10.3 IPSW file for your compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch and restore it using iTunes.

Download iOS 10.3 IPSW for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

Here are the direct iOS 10.3 IPSW download links for all the compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices:

iOS 10.3 for iPhone

iOS 10.3 for iPad

iOS 10.3 for iPod Touch

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