Apple unexpectedly begins signing jailbreakable firmware again [update: it had become just a bug]
Update: As suspected, that it was a bug and Apple has yet again stopped signing older firmware versions, making it impossible to downgrade. If you are on of your few that\’s capable to downgrade and install a previous iOS version, always be able to use that version without having problem.
Original article below
In an unseen turn of events Wednesday night, Apple began signing older versions of iOS C most of which haven’t been signed for some time.
Signed firmware versions are sparse and between iOS 6.1.3-11.2, depending on the device you would like to downgrade. Unfortunately, iOS 11.1.2 isn’t one of these and that version is considered the gold-standard for LiberiOS. Nevertheless, most of these signed versions could be jailbroken with old or recent tool releases.
Also somebody in charge of ever, here is the possiblity to ditch iOS 7 or later and downgrade returning to the skeuomorphic times iOS 6.
This is very likely a goof-up on Apple’s part, but it’s still a great opportunity for potential jailbreakers to downgrade their device(s) before Apple realizes and fixes their mistake.
To achieve that, you’ll will need to download the firmware manually from downloads page?then use iTunes to restore into the firmware file you’ve downloaded. It\’s also sensible to employ this probability to save blobs when you haven’t already.
As always, use the IPSW.me a way to confirm the signing status from the firmware you should downgrade to before advancing. Apple could stop signing these older firmware versions at any time, so don’t hesitate; use this rare opportunity whilst you can!
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