- Tram Ho
1 week after officially launching iOS 14, Apple has officially stopped signing iOS version 13.7. This means that users cannot downgrade from iOS 14 to iOS 13 anymore.
iOS 14 brings a number of new features such as the ability to customize the home screen with widgets and App Library, Picture-in-picture allows iPhone users to watch videos while manipulating other apps, or the Translate app for translation. language terminology.
The main screen of iOS 14 supports widgets
However, some users after iOS 14 have complained about the device being slow and draining more battery. Not to mention, the first version of iOS 14 still has some bugs. Therefore, many users have sought to downgrade to iOS 13.7. But now, the Apple signing iOS 13.7 has made this no longer possible.
This move by Apple could cause the market share of iOS 14 to increase in the near future. According to data from Mixpanel, after 1 week of release, iOS 14 is now installed on 30% of Apple devices, 10% higher than what predecessor iOS 13 did last year.
After a week of launch, iOS 14 was installed on 30% of Apple devices
Currently, Apple is testing iOS 14.2. In addition to bug fixes, this update also brings a number of new features such as quickly identifying songs with the Shazam button on Control Center, or supporting the visually impaired to identify distances with others.
Source : Genk