Apple Stops Signing iOS 13.4.1, New Update Possibly Soon

Apple released iOS 13.5 on May 20, which introduces the Exposure Notification API, tweaks to the Passcode on Face ID-enabled iPhones, changes to Group ‌FaceTime. But now, the company has stopped signing the version, this implies that iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users who have updated to iOS 13.5 won't be able to downgrade to iOS 13.4.1.

By stop signing iOS versions, Apple is ensuring users to have the latest security experience and prevent them from jailbreaking their devices. However, the irony is that the latest version, iOS 13.5, is jailbreakable, so it's suspected that there would be another iOS update on the horizon.

Hence, we advise you that to jailbreak your devices, make sure not to upgrade to iOS 13.5.1 once Apple rolls out it. Even if you want to update to iOS 13.5.1, save blobs in case you want to downgrade to 13.5.

You can always check to get notified when Apple stops signing a certain version.

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