Apple No Longer Signs iOS 10.3.2 Builds, Forcing Users to Update to iOS 10.3.3
Last month on July 19, Apple released what it would appear to be the last maintenance update for the iOS 10 mobile operating system on supported iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices, versioned 10.3.3.
The iOS 10.3.3 update fixed a total of 47 security vulnerabilities in the kernel and numerous other components of the mobile OS, including a nasty Wi-Fi bug that could allow a remote attacker to hijack your phone or tablet and stole important files that you may have stored on device’s internal storage.
Following the release of iOS 10.3.3, it would appear that Apple has stopped signing the IPSW builds of the previous iOS 10 maintenance update, specifically iOS 10.3.2, according to MacRumors website. As expected, this means that you won… (read more)
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