Apple has today signed the signing of iOS 13.1.2 and iOS 13.1.3. This happened after the release of iOS 13.2 last week, which included bug fixes, performance improvements and new features.
Apple usually stops signing old versions of iOS a few weeks after the release of an update. iOS 13.2 was released last week while iOS 13.1.3 was released two weeks ago.
If Apple stops signing an iOS version, users will not be able to return to this version through iTunes. Returning to older versions of iOS is common to members of the jailbreak community and can sometimes be useful to users who are experiencing significant issues after updating to the latest version of iOS.
In addition, an exploit called “checkm8” has gained in popularity, offering a jailbreak for older iPhone models, including the iPhone X.
Yesterday Apple released the first beta for developers of iOS 13.3. This will likely be the next public release of iOS, with RAM management patches, Screen Time communications limitations, and much more.
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