With the new iOS 10.2, Apple stops signing iOS 10.1 and 10.1.1 - CYDIAPLUS.com


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Wednesday, 21 December 2016

With the new iOS 10.2, Apple stops signing iOS 10.1 and 10.1.1

In the keynote last September 7, Apple said iOS 10 is the best he has created, along with the iPhone in July , of course. User feedback is divided; Some give reason to the signature of Tim Cook and others believe that it is an exaggeration.

Anyway, the fact is that this tenth installment of the mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad has interesting new features and improvements in interface and performance that help devices offer a more pleasant experience. A good example are these 5 new benefits and delightful .

Apple stops signing iOS 10.1 and iOS 10.1.1 after the arrival of iOS 10.2

Though it brings positive aspects, it is also true that iOS has presented 10 failures since its launch. In fact, at the time of its release it left some devices unusable. That is why Apple soon launch iOS 10.1, which put solution to many problems, among which was the correction of Bluetooth connectivity with third - party devices .

The errors continued and finally the Cupertino giant released the update to IOS 10.1.1. According to the company, the new version was to solve a problem with the Health app but for the circumstances in which he did, everything that was actually correct a serious failure of what appeared concerning safety.

So last December 12 Apple released the update to IOS 10.2 for iPhone and iPad . In this version are some new features like more than 100 new emoji, implementations that fail to make copies of thousand times safer security , or Apple TV app (currently only available for US users).

Now Apple stops signing the iOS versions 10.1 and 10.1.1 for all devices, as stated in the portal 9to5Mac . It is usual for Apple to stop signing the previous versions with the aim of preventing users from returning to them and are vulnerable to those security flaws that have been fixed with the updates.

Having stopped signing iOS 10.1 and 10.1.1, users can no longer make a downward update after installing iOS 10.2. This means that once we have updated, we will be committed to the new version.

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