Apple has probably stopped signing iOS 15, blocking a downgrade from iOS 15.0.1

Apple likely stops signing iOS 15, blocks downgrade from iOS 15.0.1

Apple launched iOS 15 late last month with new features and improvements. The new iPhone operating system brings a new reform of Safari, Live Text, and other features including visual look-up, focus, upgraded Apple Maps. Although pre-loaded with the latest iOS latest IPhone 13 The series, previous models have received gradual updates since its official release. According to a report, Apple has stopped signing the code for iOS 15, which has effectively prevented users from downgrading to the current iOS version.

According to AppleInsider, Apple stopped signing for iOS 14.8 and released the recently released iOS 15.0.1 as the only upgrade option. Apple released iOS 15.0.1 in early October, fixing the iPhone 1 hardware issue with a bug that prevented users from unlocking handsets with the Apple Watch. Some vulnerabilities such as lock screen bypass were also patched.

With the release of iOS 15, Apple is no longer forcing users to access the latest and greatest OS to access security updates.

Device owners who prefer to stay on iOS 1 on are given regular updates as part of a separate release track and will see two software update choices in the settings, one for the latest iOS 14 version with bug fixes and another for iOS 15.

Users of iOS 15 Track can update to iOS 15.0.1, those who have stayed on iOS 14 and have not installed iOS 14.8 have no way to wait for the next security update from Apple.

In a related note, Apple has delayed shipments until December of its latest wearable watch 7 series. According to A. Bloomberg Reportedly, the company is facing problems with its latest wearable, such as the iPhone 13 model.

(With IANS input)

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