iOS 13 has only been released for 3 months, but Apple has upgraded the current version of this operating system to iOS 13.3. The fact that there were so many updates in a short period of just 3 months made the users uneasy and the developer team too difficult. However, the company seems to have solved many problems with iOS 13.3.
iPhone users have received several interim updates until they get the iOS 13.3 update. One of them was iOS 13.2.2. Shortly after Apple launched the iOS 13.2.2 update, it sent a new update and upgraded iPhone owners’ software to iOS 13.2.3. The company has now removed the approval signature of iOS 13.2.2. Well what does it mean?
Apple offers signed versions for users who want to change iOS versions. So if a version of the iOS operating system is signed, users can easily switch to that version. However, Apple has disabled the signature of this version, believing that users will not switch to iOS 13.2.2. As a natural consequence, iPhone users will no longer be able to switch to iOS 13.2.2.
Apple’s iOS version 13.2.2 also supported jailbreak tool “checkra1n”. In other words, iPhone owners can jailbreak their phones if they use iOS 13.2.2, thus eliminating all the limits of the iOS operating system. However, with Apple disabling this version, it is now impossible to jailbreak iOS 13.
If your iPhone has iOS version 13.2.3 or higher, there’s not much you can do right now. However, if you have not made any updates after iOS 13.2.2 and are looking for a jailbreak, you can use the tool named checkra1n. If you are on iOS 13.2.3 or later, you need to keep waiting for jailbreak developers and wait for the tools to be updated.
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