Apple has stopped signing iOS 14.4. If users have already updated to iOS 14.4.1, they will not be able to switch to an earlier version of iOS. Other than a jailbreak, there are only a few reasons to do this.
Apple recently stopped signing iOS 14.4. After downloading and installing the update for iOS 14.4.1, users will no longer be able to return to an earlier version of iOS.
With iOS 14.4.1 Apple recently closed a serious hole in the webkit browser engine. This helped the attacker to place the code on the iPhone using a manipulation website.
The main reason for switching to an earlier version of iOS is a jailbreak
Updates have been released for the MacOS Big Sur and its predecessors, the WatchOS. However, very few users should have reasons to switch to iOS 14.4 or earlier. The only exception is the use of a jailbreak, which often does not work after the upgrade.
Meanwhile, iOS 14.5 is already in beta and is expected in a few weeks. The new version brings some new features like unlocking the iPhone with Face ID despite the face mask.
This update brings new features to Apple Music and the option to specify an alternative streaming service for reading songs through Siri.
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