iOS 15.0.1 Is Dead, Long Live iOS 15.0.2

Apple has recently stopped signing iOS 15.0.1, which means that downgrades to this version of the mobile operating system are no longer allowed.

The Cupertino-based tech giant blocking downgrades to earlier versions of iOS is something that’s happening regularly after the company rolls out updates.

In this case, users who already updated their iPhones to iOS 15.0.2 or iOS 15.1 are therefore no longer allowed to go back to iOS 15.0.1, regardless of their reasons, be they bugs or their desire to stay on an old version of the operating system just in case a jailbreak application shows up.

The world of jailbreaking

In fact, many people who were previously big fans of downgrading were interested in jailbreaking, as such solutions are typically aimed at previous versions of iOS. So by blocking the downgrades, Apple blocks jailbreaks in the first place, though as many people already know, such projects are no longer as popular as they were back in the d… (read more)

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