Apple stops signing iOS 15.0.2

iOS 15 at WWDC 2021

Apple’s servers have stopped signing iOS 15.0.2, a version that you can no longer install on your device if you have an issue with iOS 15.1. This is Spanish means that if Apple stops signing an iOS version, like iOS 15.0.2, you can never activate your device even if you install this version of iOS over and over again.

A month ago, Apple stopped signing the first version of iOS 15 and in mid-October it did the same with the first iOS update, iOS 15.0.1. With the release of iOS 15.1 last week, it was only a matter of time before Apple stopped signing iOS 15.0.2.

iOS 15.0.1 was the first update received by iOS 15 to resolve the issue of some iPhone 13 devices at the time of unlock via Apple Watch

when users use the mask.

On October 11, iOS 15.0.2 was released, a version that fixes a problem with AirTags that did not appear in the Search tab. Also fixes the issue of MagSafe wallet that unable to connect to Apple Search network

and a problem with the CarPlay which did not allow opening audio apps or log out while reading.

With iOS 15.1, Apple activated the SharePlay function in FaceTime, a feature that allows users to access music and videos in sync, introduced the cProRes code on iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max and added a switch to enable or disable the macro photography.

If you want to know all the news that came from the hand of iOS 15.1, you can browse this article, where you will also find the news that iPadOS 15.



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