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Apple stops signing iOS 9.3, so you can no longer downgrade from iOS 9.3.1

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Apple stops signing iOS 9.3, so you can no longer downgrade from iOS 9.3.1

On Monday, Apple has pulled the signing plug on its iOS 9.3 firmware for its lineup of iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads. In consequence, downgrades thru iTunes to iOS 9.3 are no longer imaginable, and there’s no solution to improve in particular to iOS 9.3 from an previous firmware.

It kind of feels that now not all variations of iOS 9.3 have stopped being signed. It sounds as if that iOS 9.3 isn't being any longer for more recent units (i.e. iPhone 6s, iPad Air 2), however it's nonetheless being signed for older units (ie. iPhone 5s).

IPSW.me, a website online that gives real-time signing standing for Apple’s firmware information, confirms that iOS 9.3 for many units is no longer being signed. Which means making an attempt to downgrade to it from a newer unencumber will merely throw up an error. Apple continues to be signing new builds for one of the most older units, that have been launched to mend the Activation Lock trojan horse.

It is going with out pronouncing that given the present state of affairs, jailbreakers will have to be very cautious whilst putting in jailbreak tweaks as a nasty tweak may just simply drive you to revive your software, which might imply that you will lose the jailbreak and all of the tweaks put in for your software.
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