As it happens every time, two, three weeks after launching a final version of iOS, Apple deletes the signature for old versions of iOS, that they can no longer be installed on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Not the same thing happens with Mac, where an older version of macOS / OS X can be reinstalled at any time.
If you have upgraded from iOS 10.3.3 or from an older version to iOS 11, we have bad news. If you want to return to the older version, there is no way to do so. Shortly after, Apple removed from its servers the signature that allowed the iOS 10.3.3 version to be installed with iTunes.
So you even have the IPSW files of the old operating system, they will not help anymore.
If you currently have an older iOS version on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod, and you do not want to upgrade to iOS 11, make sure you do not run the update by mistake. Once the update process started, you have no chance to install the old iOS version.
Currently, the latest version of the software is iOS 11.0.2, and the only one downgrade option it is at iOS 11.0.1.
Soon, Apple will launch iOS 11.1, which is currently available in beta through the Apple Beta Software Program.