Following the release of iOS 14.5 and todays iOS 14.5.1, Apple has actually stopped signing iOS 14.4.2, blocking downgrades from the latest major upgrade.
Apple first launched iOS 14.4.2 to the public back in March with crucial security and bug repairs. That was followed by iOS 14.5 a month later– a significant release with Apple Watch Unlock for iPhone, App Tracking Transparency, new emoji and Siri voices, Podcast app updates, and more.
Today we saw iOS 14.5.1 land with more vital security fixes along with a spot for an issue with the new App Tracking Transparency function that some users were seeing. On the heels of iOS 14.5.1, Apple has actually stopped signing iOS 14.4.2 which means users wont be able to downgrade to iOS versions earlier than iOS 14.5.
If youre seeing significant concerns after setting up the most recent upgrade, going back to older iOS develops is typically utilized by those who jailbreak their iPhones or can be helpful.
With iOS 14.5 and later on being the only signed variations of the software application from today on out, anybody running the most recent main builds will have the brand-new app tracking prompts (other than for those on devices that cant run iOS 14).
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