On September 22, Apple stopped signing iOS 13.7 after launching iOS 14 last week. Apple often stops signing old operating system versions to encourage users to update to the latest version.
As of yesterday, iOS 14, iPadOS 14 were installed on approximately 26% of active iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches. The iOS 14 jailbreak tool has just been released by the Checkra1n team. It is only compatible with devices using the A9 chip and earlier.
Currently, Apple has sent out the iOS 14.2 public beta. iOS 14.2 introduces new Shazam song recognition feature inside the control center. In addition, it brings some Apple Music related modifications.
iOS 14 is packed with new features and has proven popular such as home screen widgets, picture-in-picture or setting third-party apps as default apps. However, the new version also receives many complaints on social networks as well as major technology forums in the world.
According to Google Trends, “how to downgrade iOS 14 to 13” reached the top popular from the evening of September 17 and dawn of September 18. The iOS 14 errors reported on all kinds, from being unable to comment on YouTube, not being able to log into the game, “lag”, “stutter” when using the app. In addition, users also reported iPhone battery draining fast, heating up after iOS 14.
In fact, this is not a new problem for the iFan community every time the apple announces a new operating system. If you are not too excited before iOS 14, users are advised to wait a while for Apple to roll out stable version, bug fixes.