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Apple stops signing iOS 15.4.1 after iOS 15.5 release, downgrade no longer possible

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After the launch of iOS 15.5 on May 16, Apple stopped signing iOS 15.4.1, the previously available version of iOS released in late March. Since iOS 15.4.1 is unsigned, it is not possible to downgrade to this version of iOS after installing iOS 15.5.


Apple routinely stops signing older versions of software updates after new versions are released to encourage customers to keep their operating systems up to date, so it’s not unusual for iOS 15.4. no longer signed.

iOS 15.4.1 was a minor update that fixed an issue that could cause the iPhone battery to drain faster after the launch of iOS 15.4. It also fixed an AppleAVD issue that could allow an application to execute arbitrary code with kernel privileges, which Apple claimed was being actively exploited.

iOS 15.5 added Apple Cash functionality for requesting and sending money, along with new features for podcasts and a fix for an issue with home automation. It also included several security updates, and those who haven’t upgraded to iOS 15.5 yet should do so for that reason.

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