Apple Ios 14.3

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Following the release of iOS 14.4 last week, Apple today stopped signing iOS 14.3. That means users who have updated their devices to iOS 14.4 can no longer downgrade to iOS 14.3.

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iOS 14.4 brought changes to the Camera app, bug fixes for keyboard input lag, and it also includes support for the new Apple Watch Unity watch faces. Prior to that, iOS 14.3 was released in December 2020 with Apple ProRAW for iPhone 12 Pro users, as well as support for AirPods Max and Apple Fitness+ service.

Reverting to older iOS builds is common for those with jailbroken devices. Restoring an iPhone or iPad to a previous version of iOS can sometimes be helpful for users who experience significant bugs after upgrading to the latest version of iOS.

If you have experienced any serious issues with iOS 14.4, unfortunately you’ll now have to wait until a future update is available rather than downgrading to iOS 14.3. The only possible downgrade for now is from the recently released iOS 14.5 beta to iOS 14.4.

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Following the recent release of the new iOS 14.3 that dropped just last month, Apple has currently stopped signing both the previous iOS 14.2 and the iOS 14.2.1. The iOS 14.2 and the iOS 14.2.1 was previously made available for the iPhone 12 models. This meant that users who have already updated their own devices to the iOS 14.3 won't be able to downgrade them to the previous iOS 14.2.

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According to an article by 9to5mac, among all of the different changes of the iOS 14.3, the most recognizable one is the addition of the new ProRAW photo format for both the iPhone 12 Pro as well as the iPhone 12 Pro Max. Apple had also announced that the ProRAW feature was meant for the new iPhones during a previous October event that took place last year. The feature, however, was only released to its users a few months later.

As for the previous iOS 14.2, the new updates also brought in newer emojis, more available wallpapers, and even support for the phone's HomePod Intercom feature. The new iOS 14.2.1 arrived just a few days later with new specific bug fixes for the iPhone 12 models supposedly making it function better.

What about iOS 14.2 and 14.2.1?

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Reverting to the older iOS builds is still quite common for those that are using iPhone jailbroken devices. However, restoring the iPhone or the iPad to the older version of its iOS can also be quite helpful for those users who reportedly have been experiencing a number of bugs after upgrading it to the latest version of its iOS.

For those that have reportedly been experiencing a number of serious issues along with the iOS 14.3, unfortunately, will still have to wait until another future update comes out. This means that there is no option to downgrade to the iOS 14.2 for a quick fix as of the moment.

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ProRAW with iOS 14.3

However, users can still try downgrading their iOS 14.3 to the recently released iOS 14.4 beta in order to get a quick fix when it comes to certain problems that the iOS 14.3 might have. As of the moment, there are little to none issues when it comes to this update but this could be due to the fact that the iOS has not yet been fully explored yet.

An article by CNET gives an iOS 14.3 review in order to see what changes Apple has and the results were reportedly 'amazing.' The article focused more around the iOS 14.3 ProRAW which is supposedly the new feature to help maximize the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max's capabilities when it comes to taking photos. The article notes that there is a huge difference and this is definitely noticeable when taking pictures.

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The article even notes that with the presence of the ProRAW in the brand new Apple iOS 14.3, both the iPhone 12 Pro as well as the iPhone 12 Pro Max will finally be able to hold up the 'pro' in their designation.

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