Direct Download all versions of iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad firmware (ipsw) files, along with the links to jailbreaking and unlocking guides for that particular version.

Even though we extensively cover the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad jailbreaking & unlocking scene, many newbies who are late to join the party find it really tough to find the right firmware version and the related guides to help them jailbreak their iDevice. Hence, we decided to make it easier for everyone to have a one stop shop to find, download and jailbreak their iPhones, iPod Touch and iPads.

We suggest you to first read the accompanying jailbreaking guide before downloading the firmware versions. Below are some important information you need to know before you jailbreak your iDevice.

1. Always backup the data on your iPhone or iPod touch or iPad using iTunes before upgrading/restoring the firmware version.

2. Save your ECID SHSH blobs before upgrading so that you can downgrade back to the original firmware in case something goes wrong [Guide to save SHSH blobs]

3. There are different types of jailbreaking tools – tethered or untethered. A tethered jailbreak means that once your iPhone is successfully jailbroken with tools like blackra1n, whenever your device shuts down, you are required to connect it to your computer and re-run the jailbreaking tool for the device to start.

4. You might be needed to know your bootrom version. Check this guide to know your bootrom version.

5. Know the meaning and difference between DFU mode and Recovery mode [Help guide]


iPhone Firmware Files

iPhone 4

iPhone 3GS

iPhone 3G

iPhone 2G

iPodTouch Firmware Files

iPod Touch 3G

iPod Touch 2G

iPad Firmware Files

iPad wi-fi & iPad wi-fi+3G

This post will be updated as and when new firmware get released and the jailbreaking tools get updated. Enough care has been taken to ensure that the download links are proper. In case of any issue, do feel free to leave a comment below. Thanks to Felixburns for the download links.

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