Update iDevice to Latest iOS Version with Zip0n Restore Utility


Zip0n or also known as Zipon is a firmware restore utility that can restore iPhone 8 Plus, 7 Plus, 6S, SE, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPod Touch to latest iOS version, if anything goes wrong during backup or jailbreaking process.

Jailbreaking iDevice has become very popular these days. Whenever a new iOS version is released, hackers start preparing for a tool to utilize an exploit in iOS so they can achieve jailbreak.

At first, jailbreak tools are released as beta. Some users who rely too much on Cydia tweaks goes with beta version to jailbreak their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Jailbreaking is very complicated procedure and it depends on the tools you are using.


If during jailbreaking process, anything goes wrong then you have to restore your iDevice to latest iOS version. Previously it was only possible using iTunes. However, thanks to developers for releasing a new tool known as Zipon.

Download Zipon Firmware Restore Utility

Zip0n/zipon is very user-friendly tool and can help you un-brick your iPhone by restoring it to latest iOS version. It can easily bypass the restore checks like Find My iPhone app to restore your iDevice. Presently, Zip0n firmware restore utility is compatible with following devices:

  • iPhone X
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 7 Plus
  • iPhone 7
  • iPhone 6S
  • iPhone SE
  • iPad Air
  • iPad Mini 4
  • iPod Touch

How to Restore iDevice to latest iOS Version Using Zipon

If you encountered any error with your iPhone/iPad, follow the steps below to restore it to latest iOS version:

  1. First of all download Zipon utility and proceed with its installation.
  2. Connect your iDevice to your PC.
  3. Launch Zipon app on your PC.
  4. Click on “Update/Restore your Device” button.
  5. Wait until the utility recognizes your device.
  6. Once done, it will automatically restore your iDevice to latest iOS version.

The process of restoration to iOS version using Zipon utility will take few minutes, but it depends on your internet connection speed.

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