Apple locks iOS 17.1 signing, users need to consider when upgrading to iOS 17.1.1
Currently, Apple has locked iOS 17.1 signing after releasing iOS 17.1.1 to fix some remaining errors for iPhone users.
Therefore, if users plan to upgrade to iOS 17.1.1, think carefully because it will no longer be possible to downgrade to iOS 17.1 version.
It is normal for Apple to stop downgrading iOS 17.1 to encourage customers to update to the latest operating system, providing the highest security.
iOS 17.1.1 is currently the latest version of iOS 17 for all iPhone users released by Apple to fix existing errors on iOS 17.1, fix NFC errors, weather widget errors, NFC errors and some errors. iPhone cannot be charged using the BMW wireless charger.
Apple is also testing iOS 17.2, expected to launch next December for users. The biggest change currently in iOS 17.2 is the addition of Journal, an app that helps people easily practice gratitude through journaling. In addition, Apple Music on iOS 17.2 also adds Collaborative Playlists, iMessage with integrated contact key verification security options,.
Have you updated your device to iOS 17.1.1 or are you still using older iOS versions?
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