iOS 13.2 Signing Stopped after 13.2.2 Release

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Apple has officially stopped digital signing of the iOS 13.2 after iOS 13.2.2 was released to the public.

iOS 13.2 Signing Stopped after 13.2.2 Release

This means that iOS users will be unable to download previous iOS versions, including iOS 13.2 starting today. The practice of stopping previous iOS iterations prevent Apple device owners from being able to go back after unofficial patches or jailbreaking practices.

In the case of iOS 13.2, there’s also a positive side as the version was riddled with issues, such as multi-tasking glitches, aggressive switching and management of apps and not having a mobile signal after a call.

The next iteration, iOS 13.2.2 fixed all the issues its predecessor had, and major ones like cellular data becoming temporarily available and unreadable emails caused by S/MIME encryption messaging problems between Exchange accounts.

iOS users are advised to update to 13.2.2 as soon as possible. Moving forward, iOS 13.3 is entering its second beta phase.

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Samantha Wiley

Samantha is a senior news editor at iLounge. She has been covering the technology industry for over five years, writing about Apple, Google, and other major companies. Samantha has also worked as a reporter and editor for several other publications.