If you are using the iOS 12.4.1, after having upgraded from iOS 12.4, then remember that downgrading to the latter would not be possible anymore. This is because of a jailbreak which came out recently for iOS 12.4. This was identified by Apple which took corrective measures and released the iOS 12.4.1. Now, downgrading to the older version would not be possible. Do check out now.
As per a MacRumours report, the iOS 12.4 update was identified to be vulnerable, leading to hackers releasing a custom jailbreak. This has now apparently lead to user snot being able to downgrade to iOS 12.4 from iOS 12.4.1. Hence, if you use an Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and if you have registered as an iOS beta tester, then you could now only upgrade to the iOS 13 beta. Stable version of the newest iOS would be released on 19 September.
At this point in time, with the iOS 13 being the focal point, it only becomes worth checking out the new features that it offers to preferring users. New enhancements include the likes of a new Dark Mode, Photos tab, HomeKit Secure feature, and the Siri shortcut. Then, there are improvements to the Maps application (app) which would display real-time flight status, transit details upon obtaining guidance from Siri (also updated). The personal digital assistant (PDA) would no speak Indian English along with as many as 22 Indian languages. To check out other convectional enhancements offered by iOS 13, click here. Finally, the newer Apple iPhones (iPhone 11 family) have come to the fore and some of these devices also feature an unprecedented triple camera setup at the back and the powerful A13 Bionic processor. Key technical specifications of the iPhone 11 include:
iOS 13 operating system – straight out of the box
Apple A13 Bionic SoC
12 MP + 12 MP dual rear snappers with quad-LED dual-tone flash
12 MP selfie camera
64GB, 128GB, 256GB internal storage editions; in tandem with 4GB RAM
LTE, HSPA, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi, microUSB connectivity options
3110mAh fixed Lithium-Ion battery.