Now downgrade to iOS 16.0.3 won’t possible

On 7 September 2022, iPhone 14 launched along with the Apple Watch 8. Apple’s latest comes with crash detection, an A15 chip, satellite emergency services, and much more. Apple’s latest phone runs on iOS 16. Recently, from 24 October Apple iOS 16.1 version was available to download. Now, Apple stopped signing the iOS 16.0.3 version.

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This iOS 16.0.3 version was in early October, and now users can’t use it on their iPhones further. When an upgraded version is available then there is no need to go for the downgrade version.

The iOS 16.1 comes with the Cloud Shared Photo Library, improvements to the battery percentage indicator – which will now feature on more iPhones, the ability to remove the Wallet app, Clean Energy Charging options, the ability to customize the Lock screen or Home screen, and Matter support for smart home accessories.

Finally, in past, the company stopped signing the previous version when the upgraded version is available. It is so obvious new version always has a new feature and then the previous version the company tries.

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