Apple stops signing iOS 12.3 after the release of iOS 12.4 — 2022

Apple does not want its users to be on an outdated version of software and that is why it usually stops signing these versions. After the official launch of iOS 12.4 a few days ago, Apple has stopped signing either iOS 12.3, iOS 12.3.1 or iOS 12.3.2 with the aim that you can not go back once you are on the latest version of the operating system available even if there is some annoying bug. Although there will always be ways to proceedinstall an old version of iOShow are you.

Apple stops signing iOS versions so users can't downgrade through iTunes. I'm sure you're wondering... Why do I want to downgrade to a previous version? Two situations can occur: you find a bug that prevents you from using an important function of the device, or you hope to jailbreak.

It is no longer possible to go back to iOS 12.3, iOS 12.3.1 or iOS 12.3.2

We already know that Apple tries in every possible way to limit jailbreaking on its devices due to security problems that may exist for users. For this reason, security, we must always be in the latest version of the operating system available since many existing security holes in the operating system are patched.

Bugs in iOS 12.2 solution

iOS 12.4 does not incorporate great novelties , except for compatibility with the Apple Card that will be released in August as reported by Tim Cook in the presentation of Apple's Q3 2019 financial results. This is why it may not be a very attractive version for users outside the US, but we must keep in mind how important it is to always have our equipment updated. We remember that it is also aupdate available for iPad.

We do not know if throughout August we will see any more versions of iOS 12, or if the next major update that we will make on our devices will correspond to iOS 13 and iPadOS, which are currently in beta phase and that do include important aesthetic and functional new features that will Let's all update our devices.

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