Apple has stopped signing iOS 10.3.2 which means that downgrading or restoring to that firmware version is no longer possible. Although they’re slightly late this time around, they’ve closed the signing window for iOS 10.3.2 three weeks following the release of iOS 10.3.3.

When Apple stops signing a particular firmware, this essentially means iTunes won’t allow you to restore to it anymore. Instead, you’re prompted to upgrade to the latest available firmware. In this case, that’s iOS 10.3.3, but neat thing is iPhoneHacks provides all firmware file for iPhone, in case user want to downgrade their iDevices.



Jonathan Levin recently said that a jailbreak of iOS 10.3.2 is possible thanks to a libxpc vulnerability discovered by Ian Beer of Google Project Zero. Patched in iOS 10.3.3 the libxpc vulnerability allows an application to execute arbitrary code with system privileges, it can now be used to create a public jailbreak for iOS 10.3.2.

So we recommand if you are on 10.3.2 and you want to jailbreak and you're eagerly interest in jailbreak, then don't update to iOS 10.3.3, as the jailbreak likely affects the iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4th generation and later, and iPod touch 6.

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