Step by Step Guide to Upgrade Current iOS to iOS 6.1.3 on iPhone, iPad and iPod


iOS is getting better and better with each launch with some new added features and functions. The newest firmware iOS 6.1.3 strip some efforts used by evasi0n untethered jailbreak, settled the minor bugs and loaded with some new Maps and Siri improvements, so to update the iOS 6.1.3, follow the tutorial below:

iOS 6.1.3 of your iPad or iPhone

Tutorial to Update Your iPhone, iPad and iPod To iOS 6.1.3

Note 1:  Those geeks, who are hardcore jailbreaks, must have knowledge that by improving iOS 6.1.3, you are not allowed to do the jailbreak. Only the allowed jailbreak iPhones 3GS, 4 and iPod touch 4G.

Note 2: Firmware may be improved by using OTA update but not suggested and discussed in this guide.

Note 3: It’s, for a safe hand, you must backup all your data from losing.

  • Backup and recovery Messages on iPhone.
  • Backup iPhone Contacts.
  • Backup installed Cydia Apps, tweaks.
  • iCloud-iTunes backup for iPhone iPod and iPad.

Important Things

Supported devices

  • IPhone: 3GS, 4, 4s, 5
  • IPod Touch: 4G and 5G
  • IPad: 2, 3, 4, mini

Step by Step Guide to Upgrade Current iOS to iOS 6.1.3 on iPhone, iPad and iPod

Step 1: Download the iTunes and install on your PC.

Step 2: Make a connection between your device and PC.

Connecting the iPhone with the PC

Step3: Open iTunes and allow it to access your device. ITunes might be swift you to update your version of iTunes: Leave this one.

Step 4:  On the Summary page, Press “Shift” on your keyboard and Hit “Restore iPhone.” (you must know about this thing that this Step will delete all your dates.)

Settings the Backup device

Step 5: choose Pre-downloaded 6.1.3 IPSW and continue with OK.

Step 6: Extraction process of iTunes will start, Confirm it and install the firmware onto your device: The device will reboot and will turn on with a progress bar.

Step 7:  As the process will done, which is for a time period of 20 mints, the device will be restarted and you can use it as an updated device.

reBooting the device after process

So it’s done Geeks. After restarting and setting the device, you are using the new iOS 6.1.3 on your phone. If you want to jailbreak your device then you have to downgrade your iOS 6.1.3 to iOS 6.1.2 first, then you will be able to jailbreak it via Evasi0n 1.5.