Apple has stopped signing iOS 11.3.1, just a few days after releasing iOS 11.4 which included a number of features such as Messages on iCloud, AirPlay 2 etc.
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Apple Stops Signing iOS 11.3.1 Firmware; Downgrading No Longer Possible For Electra iOS 11.3.1 Jailbreak
Despite Apple only releasing the developer beta of iOS 12, many people would have ended up installing it on their iPhone or iPad in their excitement to try out the major next release of the OS. Despite being a beta, iOS 12 developer beta does bring plenty of new features and changes to the table.
Coolstar has announced that he plans to release Electra iOS 11.3.1 jailbreak that will support all iPhones and iPads including iPhone X.
It has been confirmed that iOS devices powered by A7 chip like iPhone 5s, iPad mini 2 and iPad Air still have OTA (over the air) update available. So it is possible to downgrade to iOS 10.3.3.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to restore to an unsigned iOS firmware like iOS 11.1.2 which can be jailbroken. This guide has been written by Albanus Alain, one of our readers, who has successfully restored his iPhone 5s to iOS 11.1.2 and then back to iOS 11.0.3.
Apple released iOS 11.2.5 with HomePod support, Siri News and other improvements and bug fixes. However, as we reported earlier, Russ Cox of Google who has been credited with a kernel exploit that has been patched has announced that he plans to release the exploit, which has raised hopes of iOS 11.2.2 – iOS 11.2 jailbreak.
A few days back we showed you how to save iOS 11.1.2 blobs, so you could downgrade back to iOS 11.1.2 even if Apple stops signing the firmware file. It can be quite handy with the possible release of iOS 11.1.2 jailbreak.
A few days back, we showed you how to downgrade your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch from iOS 11.2 to iOS 11.1.2 to get ready for the iOS 11 jailbreak which seems imminent.
Apple released iOS 11.2 which includes new features like Apple Pay Cash and several improvements. However, as we reported earlier, Ian Beer, a security researcher in Google’s Project Zero team has announced that he plans to release part 1 of the tfp0 exploit for iOS 11.1.2, which has raised hopes of iOS 11 jailbreak.
Apple finally released the final version of iOS 11 to the public which includes several cool features and improvements. There is a lot of excitement whenever Apple releases a new major iOS software update, so it is quite understandable that the natural instinct is to install iOS 11.