Only two weeks after the official release of iOS 13.3.1 at the end of January, Apple has stopped signing iOS 13.3.
This means that, as of now, users who have updated their operating system to the latest version will no longer be able to go back and install iOS 13.3.
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Apple stops signing iOS 13.3 for iPhone
Apple often stops signing earlier versions of its mobile operating system software regularly. Specifically after the launch of a new version. In this way, the company of the bitten apple protects its users from possible vulnerabilities that have already been patched.
But, additionally, Apple also stops signing versions to "force" its users to put it in some way to keep its software updated in the last version and can enjoy the most sophisticated features.
The current version of iOS, iOS 13.3.1, solves a large number of bugs present in the operating system. Especially a very uncomfortable communication bug that allows new contacts to be added without using a screen time password.
The company has also fixed a privacy error including a new option to disable location services of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Other problems fixed in iOS 13.3.1 are a delay in capturing Deep Fusion photographs on iPhone 11 models, an application bug Mail when loading remote images, failures in push notifications and distorted audio in Carplay. On the other hand, Apple's mobile software update has also included new languages for Siri's voice on the smart speaker HomePod.
Now, Apple continue to set its sights on future versions of iOS, such as iOS 13.4, which bring options for sharing folders on iCloud Drive, new Memojis stickers and much more.