Apple released iOS 11.4 to the public last week, and thus, it has stopped signing iOS 11.3.1. It’s normal for Apple to stop signing the older version of iOS after the release of the new one to ensure that users run the latest version. However, this comes as bad news for jailbreak fans, who now won’t be able to downgrade to iOS 11.3.1 from iOS 11.4. Users were able to downgrade to iOS 11.3.1 from iOS 11.4 until Wednesday. This new inability to downgrade to iOS 11.3.1 from iOS 11.4 applies to all iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners who upgraded to iOS 11.4.
At WWDC earlier this week, Apple revealed that about 81% of iOS devices are running on iOS 11. The main reason for such a high adoption rate is that the company stops signing older versions after the release of the new one to keep users from downgrading. Although it’s a good thing for the company, for jailbreak fans — or those who were hoping to jailbreak their devices — it comes as a disappointment.
Electra creator CoolStar has already confirmed that he will soon update his Electra jailbreak toolkit to support iOS 11.3.1 on all devices, including the iPhone X.
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