The latest iTunes beta prevents iOS downgrades

We’ve always been able to downgrade to a recent iOS version by installing an IPSW file on an iPhone or iPad through iTunes for Mac and Windows, but that’s no longer possible in the latest iTunes 12.9 beta, distributed last…

We’ve always been able to downgrade to a recent iOS version by installing an IPSW file on an iPhone or iPad through iTunes for Mac and Windows, but that’s no longer possible in the latest iTunes 12.9 beta, distributed last...

Apple stopped signing iOS 12.1 yesterday, but you can still downgrade to iOS 12.1 beta 2

Citing hacker Pwn20wnd, you can still downgrade to iOS 12.1 beta 2. Apple stopped signing the iOS 12.1 public release on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, Apple stopped signing the iOS 12.1 public release, preventing downgrades from iOS 12.1.1 or 12.1.2, which patched a variety of bugs and exploits that could potentially amount to something in the jailbreak community down the road.

Citing a Tweet shared this morning by unc0ver co-creator Pwn20wnd, Apple is still curiously signing iOS 12.1 beta 2, which means you could downgrade to iOS 12.1 beta 2 via iTunes if you tried:... Read the rest of this post here


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Apple stops signing iOS 12.1, preventing firmware downgrades via iTunes

On Tuesday, Apple stopped signing iOS 12.1, a move that prevents downgrades to older versions of iOS from 12.1.1 or 12.1.2.

Apple officially closed the signing window for iOS 12.1 on Tuesday, a move that prevents all iPhone and iPad users from downgrading their handset’s firmware via iTunes to any version lower than iOS 12.1.1.

Apple released iOS 12.1.1 just under two weeks ago and followed up with iOS 12.1.2 yesterday afternoon, so it’s not very surprising that the company is halting downgrades to iOS 12.1. It’s somewhat typical for Apple to stop signing an older firmware version about two weeks after an update is released.... Read the rest of this post here


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Apple is no longer signing iOS 12.0

On Monday, Apple stopped signing iOS 12.0, making it impossible to downgrade from iOS 12.0.1 via iTunes.

On Monday, Apple stopped signing iOS 12.0, making it impossible to downgrade from iOS 12.0.1 to iOS 12.0. The move also compels those on iOS 12.0 to upgrade to iOS 12.0.1 when attempting a restore via iTunes.

The news shouldn’t come as much of a surprise since the Cupertino-based tech company released iOS 12.0.1 to the public just over two weeks ago. Apple typically stops signing firmware approximately 14 days after releasing a new version to facilitate software upgrades among its user base.... Read the rest of this post here


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