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Apple released iOS & iPadOS 14.6 to the public in May with some improvements for the company’s mobile operating systems, and as we know with most of Apple’s mobile software updates, they typically come closely trailed by the un-signing of the previous version.
That’s the case this evening, as it appears that Apple has officially stopped signing iOS & iPadOS 14.5.1. With this move, iPhone and iPad owners will no longer be able to easily downgrade from the newer iOS & iPadOS 14.6 using traditional methods.
In a typical Apple fashion, the Cupertino-based iPhone and iPad manufacturer has stopped signing both iOS & iPadOS 14.5 after the newer iOS & iPadOS 14.5.1 firmware has been available to the general public for one week.
Apple’s decision to stop signing iOS & iPadOS 14.5 means that those who’ve upgraded to iOS or iPadOS 14.5.1 can no longer easily downgrade to the previous firmware. Likewise, those using even older versions of iOS or iPadOS will be compelled to upgrade to version 14.5.1 instead of being able to manually install 14.5 via Finder or iTunes.
After officially launching the highly anticipated iOS & iPadOS 14.5 update a week ago with support for Face ID authentication while wearing a mask and 5G connectivity whilst utilizing dual SIM mode among other things, it should come as no surprise to anyone that nearly one week later the Cupertino-based company is pulling the plug on the previous iOS & iPadOS version — 14.4.2.
Apple’s decision to stop signing iOS & iPadOS 14.4.2 means that iPhone and iPad users will be unable to downgrade to this particular version of Apple’s mobile operating systems under most circumstances, with the lone exception being that users have their .shsh2 blobs saved from a time when that firmware was being signed.
In this week's roundup of iTunes movie deals we have Star Wars features for $8, with the 9-movie collection just $70. We also have critic favorites like The Wolf of Wall Street and Knives Out for $10, and a handful of great films for just $5.
With so much of the content we watch being from digital platforms, it can be sometimes easy to forget that that content might not always be available to us. And not just because we don't have it installed or because we don't have an internet connection. But rights holders and regional rules might block content -- even after we buy it, making it impossible to watch.
Among its barrage of other announcements today, Apple has revealed its plans for a new podcast subscription service. The name of it is—you guessed it—Apple Podcasts Subscriptions, and the company says it will be a 'global marketplace for listeners to discover premium subscriptions offered by their favorite creators.'
For this week's iTunes movie deals roundup we have Best Picture winners like The Departed and Forrest Gump for under $10, rags-to-riches tales like The Wolf of Wall Street and There Will Be Blood for under $10, Knives out for just $7, and much more. Check out our full rundown below.
I'm sure I've said this before, but you really don't want to miss this week's iTunes movie deals. We have mind-bending films like The Prestige, Inception and Shutter Island starting at just $5, and stories of revenge under $10. We also have 3-movie bundles for $15 and family films under $10. Check out our full roundup below!
In this week's roundup of iTunes movie deals we have a bunch of great comedy films for just $5. These include Sandler hits like Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore, darker comedies like Snatch and Shaun of the Dead, and much more. Check out our favorites below.
For this week's iTunes movie deal roundup, we have the Denzel Washington thriller Inside Man for just $7 and Adam Sandler's The Waterboy for $5. We also have hit sci-fi flicks under $10 and monster movies under $10. We've listed our favorite deals below.
Apple released iOS & iPadOS 14.4.1 last Monday alongside similar updates for macOS and watchOS with security vulnerability patches. But as many already know with Apple’s rather frequent software updates, it’s never long after a release before the company stops signing the previous version of its mobile operating system(s).
Such is the case with iOS & iPadOS 14.4, which Apple stopped officially signing just this evening. This move on the Cupertino-based tech giant’s part means that iPhone, iPad, and even iPod touch users will no longer be able to downgrade their firmware from iOS or iPadOS 14.4.1 to the older iOS or iPadOS 14.4 release.