Here Are All The iOS 6 Direct Download Links For Each Supported iDevice

Here Are All The iOS 6 Direct Download Links For Each Supported iDevice

If your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch still hasn’t received notification that iOS 6 is available to download, you can always download it directly and install it.

Here are all the download links for iOS 6:

    • iPhone 3GS (iPhone2,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPhone 4 (iPhone3,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPod Touch 4G (iPod4,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPhone 4 (Verizon) (iPhone3,3) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPad 2 (Wi-Fi) (iPad2,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPad 2 (AT&T) (iPad2,2) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPad 2 (Verizon) (iPad2,3) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPhone 4S (iPhone4,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPad2,4 (iPad2,4) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPad 3 (Wi-Fi) (iPad3,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPad 3 (AT&T) (iPad3,2) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPad 3 (Verizon) (iPad3,3) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPhone 4 (AT&T) (iPhone3,2) version 6.0 (Build 10A403), Download
    • iPhone5,1 (iPhone5,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A405), Download
    • iPhone5,2 (iPhone5,2) version 6.0 (Build 10A405), Download
    • iPod5,1 (iPod5,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A406), Download
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  • Timothy Williamson

    How can I tell which I have?

    iPhone 4 (iPhone3,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403)
    iPhone 4 (AT&T) (iPhone3,2) version 6.0 (Build 10A403)

  • sahilg91

    How can I tell which I have?

    iPhone 4 (iPhone3,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403)
    iPhone 4 (AT&T) (iPhone3,2) version 6.0 (Build 10A403)

    same question!

  • glenncarey

    I’m guessing
    iPhone 4 (iPhone3,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403)
    is for non AT&T users outside of the US?

  • diamondaine

    The AT&T iPhone 4 and the GSM Phones sold elsewhere are exactly the same. iPhone 3,1 is the GSM Model and 3,2 officially is the CDMA model. iPhone 3,3 actually is the 8GB version which is sold since the iPhone 4S (4,1) came out.

  • JosiahMcGurty

    iPad3,2 is actually Verizon while iPad3,3 is actually AT&T. Download your ispw file accordingly.

  • asupremed

    Thanks guys!

  • Arnold Newman
    The AT&T iPhone 4 and the GSM Phones sold elsewhere are exactly the same. iPhone 3,1 is the GSM Model and 3,2 officially is the CDMA model. iPhone 3,3 actually is the 8GB version which is sold since the iPhone 4S (4,1) came out.

    Then why is iPhone 4 v”3,2″ listed as AT&T?

  • Creeperio

    Thanks, I was looking for this!

  • Emmanuel_Lazos

    Anything for PC??? =( I just downloaded the .zip file and… can’t find a way to install it. Any ideas?

  • NSPanamera
    Anything for PC??? =( I just downloaded the .zip file and… can’t find a way to install it. Any ideas?

    Just rename the file extension from .zip to .ipsw, then it may work.

  • Emmanuel_Lazos
    Anything for PC??? =( I just downloaded the .zip file and… can’t find a way to install it. Any ideas?

    Just rename the file extension from .zip to .ipsw, then it may work.

    Ok, I actually decompressed all files

    Anything for PC??? =( I just downloaded the .zip file and… can’t find a way to install it. Any ideas?

    Just rename the file extension from .zip to .ipsw, then it may work.

    Thank you! I have to say I decompressed the .zip file first, but cannot find any files that can be either executed nor opened by iTunes or Quicktime.

    I also did what you just adviced, but didn’t work either, it only “called” iTunes (which suddenly appeared on top of every other window), but nothing else happened.

    Thank you for the advice, and… if you or anyone else have more ideas, I will gladly try them.

  • Emmanuel_Lazos

    Ok, I found it! The idea of renaming the .zip file to .ipsw worked, but needed an extra step that I couldn’t figure out at first. I had to click the “Update” button in iTunes WHILE holding SHIFT key. Voilá! That opens a window to search for the update file, which is, precisely the .ipsw file I just renamed. Thank you very much, PanameraDev. I hope this helps some other PC uses, while they find the guts to change to an Apple desktop ;P

  • Gracie Morris

    Which one would i download for my sprint iphone 4s?

  • Tallest_Skil

    Which one would i download for my sprint iphone 4s?

    You don’t. Just go to Settings and download it there or go to iTunes and download it there.

  • Gracie Morris
    Which one would i download for my sprint iphone 4s?

    You don’t. Just go to Settings and download it there or go to iTunes and download it there.

    its taking forever to download through itunes and on my phone and i keep getting an error.

  • Tallest_Skil

    its taking forever to download through iTunes…

    Then you’ll have to keep waiting.

  • Gracie Morris

    What is the difference from downloading it through here or through itunes?

  • Tallest_Skil

    What is the difference from downloading it through here or through itunes?

    iTunes does everything for you, exactly right, without issue. This is manual and has to be absolutely correct, otherwise you’ve wasted a download.

  • Emmanuel_Lazos

    Ok, I have another question, now related to iPad. I tried updating from iTunes (using a PC) by changing the file extension from .zip to .ipsw. But it tells me the firmware version is not compatible with my iPad. Which leads me to ask… What iPad do I have??

    I know I have an iPad 2. I have never used a SIM or phone card in it, so I suppose it is an “Ipad 2, WiFi”. But that’s the software I downloaded, and the one that didn’t work. Verizon and AT&T do not exist in my country, which makes me discard them at all. Finally… there is the “Ipad 2, 4″ version of the software to download. How can I know if that “Ipad 2, 4″ is the one I have? This is the first time I see a sub-models collection like this, and I am quite confused…

    =|

    P.S. I know I could just go on and download the next more suitable-to-be-the-right-one version of the software, but I am trying to save time and bandwidth here… its more than 800 MB… so, thank you in advance for any comments and ideas.

    =)

  • InvisiBill

    iPhone3,1 is the original GSM iPhone 4. iPhone3,3 is the CDMA version for Verizon (I have iPhone3,3 files from the 4.2.x versions of iOS).

    iPhone3,2 seems it *may* be the new “budget” 8GB iPhone 4. Odd that they’d do it this way, but 3,3 has been around a while and I just recently noticed 3,2.

  • Enisa Du Toit

    I have iPhone 4S and iPad 3 Wi-Fi only. Can I use one download for both?

  • Joshie Carlson

    I hope this helps some other PC uses, while they find the guts to change to an Apple desktop ;P

    We didn’t need your help, because we’re not idiots that need hand-holding every step of the way like MacinTards

  • OZZIPP

    I had to click the “Update” button in iTunes WHILE holding SHIFT key. Voilá! That opens a window to search for the update file

    Holding OPTION and clicking update will allow you to locate the file on a mac.

  • Sameer Ahmad

    i have iphone 4 (GSM) so plz tell me which one i can download.

    1-iPhone 4 (iPhone3,1) version 6.0 (Build 10A403)
    2-iPhone 4 (Verizon) (iPhone3,3) version 6.0 (Build 10A403)
    3-iPhone 4 (AT&T) (iPhone3,2) version 6.0 (Build 10A403),

    plz tell me any one. which one support in my iphone 4(GSM). so that i can download that..

    please help me guys…

  • proudappleowner

    when i clicked shift + update it started out normally but itunes denied to update…..
    But, instead click shift + restore then it worked so i would recomend you to use shift + restore as shift + update might put your respected idevice into recovery mode

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