Apple is no longer signing iOS 12.2 after 12.3 release

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A few days after iOS 12.3 released to the public, Apple discontinued signing iOS 12.2, which is the version before 12.3. Users can no longer jailbreak or downgrade from iOS 12.3 to iOS 12.2.

The iOS 12.2 update introduced the major changes from the March 25th event, consisting of a new Apple TV app for iOS devices, Apple News+ and many security fixes.

Although this update has been no longer signed by Apple, the company always unsigned older iOS versions shortly after a new iOS version releases to the public. This encourages the iOS users who haven’t updated their iOS devices to update to the latest version.

Thus, the iOS 12.3 version is the latest iOS version available to the public. Developers and Apple Beta Software Program users can install the iOS 12.4 beta version for their iOS devices. This version is still undergoing beta testing and it’ll be released in about June.

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Ms. Vu

Providing support for your iPhone for 5 years. A Really Useful Writer of Apple Summit, Loveios and Apple Information Page 2019

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