Apple recently rolled out the iOS 15.0.1 update. But now, the company has stopped the signing code for iOS 15, which was launched to the public on September 20. This means that Apple iPhone users will not downgrade their phone to the old version with the new iOS update. In such a situation, if you are using iOS 15.0.1 update or have upgraded to iOS 15.1 beta version, then you cannot update or downgrade your phone after that.
Not Able to Downgrade Your Apple iPhone
It was released only last week. The purpose of releasing iOS 15.0.1 was to remove some problems coming in people’s phones. Let us tell you that when the users got this release, many people had complained that there was a problem with their phones. The biggest problem in this was the iPhone not being unlocked with the Apple Watch feature.
Apart from this, many users also complained about the settings that the storage is showing them ultimately. At the same time, there was already more storage in the phone. Users were repeatedly being told through alerts that their warehouse was full. In such a situation, now this problem has also been removed in the new update.
Let us tell you that whenever a new iOS update is launched, the company regularly prohibits signing legacy codes. With this, users are also protected from cybercriminals, and they get a feature-rich version. However, the company does not allow any user to downgrade the update here. In such a situation, iPhone users do this by jailbreaking it. Let us tell you that after the new update, whenever users have problems with the battery or anything else, the user downgrades the operating system.
Let us tell you that this update was revealed in June at WWDC. Many new features are available in iOS 15, in which the option of Live Text, Focus Mode, Share Play, and Virtual Look Off is available. Apart from this, the company has also updated a lot in Safari.