If you follow the right people on Twitter, you may have already seen rumblings over the past couple of weeks hinting that everyone should be on iOS 13.3. Some people have been heavily hinting and calling any iOS other than 13.3 as crap and they downgraded or upgraded to it. Others have said outright that they like iOS 13.3 the best and nobody should have ever settled for anything before it. And now, they’re being far less coy and saying that everyone needs to get their butts onto iOS 13.3, let me explain why.
Upgrading to iOS 13.3 :
Besides the reasoning we’re about to talk about, you should probably update to iOS 13.3 from any of the previous iOS 13.x.x. They’re just so gummed up and Maps has issues, the sound is all messed up, it’s time to update to 13.3 just to have a more solid operating system. Apple really dropped the ball when they made iOS 13, I don’t know how. iOS 12 was a vision of beauty. To update using a PC, visit this site. It will ask you to choose your product, then choose your device, then choose your iOS of choice (13.3), then give you the link to download it. You then simply use iTunes to update to 13.3 (google is your friend). The website will tell you at the top of the page if iOS 13.3 is still being signed and if so, you’re good to go. If not, as long as you’re on some version of iOS 13 under 13.3, then you’ll still get the benefit of this article. Keep on reading.
Downgrading to iOS 13.3 :
Let’s say you’re already on iOS 13.3.1 and you want to go back to iOS 13.3. That’s totally a possibility as of the writing of this article. To downgrade you will need to use a PC. To get the proper file, visit this site. It will ask you to choose your product, then choose your device, then choose your iOS of choice (13.3), then give you the link to download it. You then simply use iTunes to downgrade to 13.3 (google is your friend). The website will tell you at the top of the page if iOS 13.3 is still being signed and if so, you’re good to go. If not, you’re already out of luck. Many apologies.
Save your Blobs :
Once you’re on 13.3, proceed to save your “blobs”. Again, google is your friend here. There are too many variables across devices to tell everyone how to back up their blobs. It’s just recommended for you to do for any time that you’re on a firmware that is golden like this. Which is a segway into the final section of this article.
Yeah, you guessed it. iOS 13.0.0 to iOS 13.3 will be getting a semi-tethered jailbreak for (all) iOS devices. Here, read this tweet from @Pwn20wnd.
“To be clear: #unc0ver will be updated for all devices on iOS 13.0-13.3 for those interested in a semi-untether but A12-A13 devices will be the priority.”
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