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Apple closes iOS 12.2 downgrade channel, bad for user choice!

Users can’t go back to previous version once they upgrade!

   

On May 24th, Apple officially stopped signing the iOS 12.2 code, which means you can’t downgrade to this system version now.

In fact, this development is not surprising at all. After all, Apple released the official version of iOS 12.3 on May 13th. After more than a week of the official release, they will close some downgrade channels of the old system.

Apple iOS 12.2 mainly solved 43 security issues involving WebKit, Contacts, FaceTime, GeoServices, Mail, Messages, Safari, system kernel and other key software.

As for the official version of iOS 12.3, it includes a new TV app and improved Apple News+ service.

Previously, after updating to iOS 12.2, some third-party styluses already started supporting iPad writing. For example, Logitech’s Crayon can be applied to the new iPad Mini and the 2018 11-inch iPad Pro, and the handwriting input is very smooth.

On June 4th, Apple will release a new generation of the iOS 13 system for iOS devices in the United States. There are a lot of expected changes in the iOS 13 version and you can read about them here

So guys what do you think? Is it good on Apple’s part to close previous upgrade channels? Or are they becoming more closed than ever? Do let us know in the comments section below!

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Written by Ketan Jha

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