Apple broke iOS 16.1 software signing after releasing the recent iOS 16.1.2 software update.
The iOS 16.1.2 software update includes various security updates and several improvements for wireless carriers, as well as improved crash detection for iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models.
A previous version of the software had issues with collision detection when people were riding a roller coaster and called emergency services, which has now been fixed.
Here are Apple’s release notes:
This update provides important security updates and the following enhancements for iPhone:
– Better compatibility with wireless carriers
– Optimized crash detection on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models
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Apple has stopped signing iOS 16.1, so if you have already upgraded your device to iOS 16.1.2, you will no longer be able to downgrade to an earlier version.
Apple is currently working on a new beta version of iOS in the form of iOS 16.2 and has released the iOS 16.2 Release Candidate for developers. If all goes well with the Release Candidate, the next software will be the final version and will be released next week.
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