With the release of iOS 11.4 on May 29, Apple has ended signing iOS 11.3.1, the past version of iOS which was available to users.
Owners of iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch who have updated to iOS 11.4 will not be able to depreciate to previous versions of iOS anymore.
Apple has stopped signing earlier versions of software updates. It was after the latest releases come out in form to boost users to hold their operating systems up to date.
The advanced mobile operating system update has released two long-awaited highlights in AirPlay 2 and Messages in iCloud. It has also given the support for Apple’s new ClassKit framework.
As it was Announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference last year, AirPlay 2 is a renewed emphasis on the company’s wireless streaming contract. It possesses a strong connectivity resolution, support for multi-room audio and other improvements.
iOS 11.4 is promptly the only version of iOS 11 which can be installed on iOS devices by the common people. But users can download iOS 12, the succeeding generation version of iOS which is in beta testing leading to a fall release.
The firm this week declared the first iOS 12 betas to developers at WWDC 2018. It is bringing up a slew of new features including Siri Shortcuts, Group Facetime, execution improvements and Memoji for iPhone X, amongst many others.