After the iOS 14.3 version update was released on December 14 last year, Apple closed the certification channel for iOS 14.2/14.2.1 this Thursday.
Apple regularly stops signing expired codes to prevent users from installing the old version of the iOS system after the new version is released. This practice can protect users from new threats and ensure that devices run the latest feature-rich software.
The latest iOS 14.3 provides access to the long-awaited Apple ProRAW image format for iPhone 12 Pro devices, updates to Apple Fitness+, Apple TV apps, and support for AirPods Max. Apple is currently testing the upcoming iOS 14.4 beta, which should be launched in the next few weeks.
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