Apple Stops Signing iOS 9.3.5 And iOS 10.0.1, Here’s What That Means


Finally the iOS 9.3.5 is no longer being signed by Apple, killed the last firmware version of iOS 9 in the process. Also stopped signing iOS 10.0.1 firmware, making downgrades to iOS 9.3.5 and iOS 10.0.1 impossible. Although there isn’t any jailbreak for iOS 9.3.5 or iOS 10.0.1, there’s no thinking about the iOS jailbreak, but should consider if you really want to downgrade iOS version then.

This development just comes after Apple released iOS 10.0.3 for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices, as iOS 10.0.2 almost a month for all other devices, and iOS 10.1 betas, which are though, has been in beta for almost a month now.

With the release of Beta 4, iOS 10.1 up touched the four betas now and almost ready for primetime, Apple killing the older iOS 9.3.5/10.0.1 firmwares was inevitable.

What about that means for jailbreakers? In short, nothing changes as there has been no public jailbreak available for iOS 9.3.5 or iOS 10.0.1. It was only available for iOS 9.3.3 and the hackers have already managed to jailbreak iOS 10.0.x versions, none of them have planned to make them public as they want to keep the exploits alive for their private research purposes.

If you are lucky enough to be on the jailbreak-friendly iOS 9.3.3 and can’t live without jailbreak and Cydia tweaks, you can stay there. For those on iOS 9.3.5, it’s perhps time to forcfully update to iOS 10 as the new update not only brings a lot of new features to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices, but nevertheless also likely to be supported by any jailbreak release that is made available to public in the coming days.


Stay tuned! As we get any more updates on the jailbreak solution front, we’ll keep you know by means here at

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