After the official release of iOS 13.2.3, Cupertino's signature stopped signing iOS 13.2.2, which means that iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owners who have upgraded to iOS 13.2.3 can no longer be returned to previous versions of the operating system.
iOS 13.2.2 was an update that focused on bug fixes, and that solves a problem that caused some applications to close unexpectedly in the background, which led to more frequent update times than normal for applications such as Safari, YouTube, among others.
In this way, users who are going to update their iPhone to the latest version iOS 13.2.3 appear (at the time of publishing this article) as available version.
It is best to keep updated
Remember that it is always advisable to install the last stable version available to users, because in addition to their novelties, they bring bug fixes and security bugs. So If you haven't updated yet, it's time to move on to iOS 13.2.3.
Update 13.2.3 corrects an error that could prevent Mail from retrieving new messages and fixes an error that caused photos, links and other attachments not to be displayed correctly in the Messages details view. It is worth noting that The iOS 13.2.3 and iPadOS 13.2.3 release notes are the same.
Apple stops signing iOS 13.2.2, it's time to update!