Apple stops signing iOS 14.2 and 14.2.1

iOS 14.2 reaches its Golden Master version

With the release of iOS 14.3, it was only a matter of time before Apple stopped signing the older versions of iOS: 14.2 and 14.2.1 (this version was only released for the new iPhone line 12). What does it mean? That if you have a problem with iOS 14.3, you will have to wait for Apple to release a new version of iOS 14, because you cannot downgrade and revert to the previous version.

The main novelty of iOS 14.3 is in the ProRaw format, a photo format that is only available on the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max, a feature that was announced in October but not available on new iPhones until a few years ago. weeks.

iOS 14.2 introduced new wallpapers (which is always appreciated), the new intercom feature for the HomePod, and new emojis. As I mentioned above, iOS 14.2.1 has been released exclusively for the iPhone 12 range

to fix various bugs that were only found in the new iPhone lineup for 2021.

iOS 14.4, the next big update

Apple released in mid-December the first beta of iOS 14.4 and iPadOS 14.4, a new version that will focus its efforts on improve user privacy

inform users, where applicable, that our data will be used to provide us with a better and personalized shopping experience, provided that we give permission to the app to do so.

What is clear is that this year it will be very hard for Facebook, at least among iOS users who bother to read the warning messages about the type of data collected by Facebook and Instagram apps, another Facebook group app that is also a data vacuum.



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