After releasing iOS 13.6 last week, Apple recently stopped signing version 13.5.1 of its operating system (and the respective version of iPadOS), ending the possibility of downgrading.
A practice now known within the Apple ecosystem, which allows both to avoid excessive fragmentation of the platform itself, and to keep the system updated for users, who will therefore no longer be able to go back and expose themselves to vulnerabilities that were not yet been corrected by the latest firmware.
The goal is therefore to keep users protected from new threats and to ensure that devices are running the latest software. For the geeks, remember that with the transition to iOS 13.6 it should no longer be possible to jailbreak using the tool released by the Unc0ver group in May, since it is based on a flaw in iOS 13.5.
Finally, we remember the latest news introduced by Apple with the latest system update, including Car Key support, a new Symptoms section in the Health app, new options for updates, additional functions in Apple News and much more.
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