After the long-awaited official release of iOS 14.5 Apple has stopped signing iOS 14.4.2, blocking older versions of the latest major update. The measure means that users will not be able to downgrade to iOS versions prior to iOS 14.5.
Apple released iOS 14.4.2 to the public in March with critical security and bug fixes. That was followed iOS 14.5 a month later with new features, like the controversial app tracking transparency security measure, new emoji and Siri voices, and more. This week, iOS 14.5.1 has arrived with more important security fixes, and the decision to stop signing iOS 14.4.2
Apple only allows updating from iOS 14.5 and later
Hereinafter iOS 14.5 and later are the only signed versions of the software. Any users running the latest official versions will have the new application tracking prompts, except for those devices that cannot run iOS 14.
Following the long-awaited release of iOS 14.5, Apple has started rolling out the iOS 14.6 betas. A week ago we saw the first version and now the developers already have it available the second beta of iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6 ..
The improvements that come in iOS 14.5
iOS 14.5 is an important update with many important news that we could see from the first beta, to the final version with all the available features. The most relevant were shared as they became known:
Source: iPadizate by www.ipadizate.es.
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