Apple has quit marking iOS 13.1 around seven days in the wake of making iOS 13.1.2 accessible to general society. Strangely, Apple previously quit marking iOS 13.1.1 a week ago, as well.
Simultaneously Apple likewise quit marking iOS 12.4.1 and iOS 13, yet for reasons unknown kept iOS 13.1 around for a brief period longer. Be that as it may, the hatchet has now fallen, leaving iOS 13.1.2 as the main form as of now accessible for iPhone users to install.
Apple discharged iOS 13.1.2 as a bug fix soon after making iOS 13.1.1 accessible. There were issues with batteries depleting more rapidly than they ought to alongside an awful outsider console security bug. It’s imaginable Apple has executed every prior variant of iOS to guarantee no one can re-install an adaptation that incorporates that specific security gap.
Apple routinely quits marking more seasoned variants of iOS. That keeps those more seasoned renditions from being installed. At the point when a user attempts to install a specific adaptation of iOS, iTunes (or now Finder in Catalina) checks with Apple to guarantee it is agreed upon. If it isn’t, the installation won’t continue. Apple uses this as an approach to ensure more established, possibly compromised renditions of iOS aren’t reinstalled onto iPhones.
It’s a procedure that especially impacts the jailbreak network with Apple regularly stopping the marking of renditions of iOS for which a jailbreak has been made accessible.
For this situation, iOS 13.1.2 truly is the main form you ought to run, so if you haven’t yet updated we’d recommend doing that as soon as possible.