Apple stopped signing iOS 10.2, to roll back any longer
Regular readers MacDigger know: after the release of iOS 10.2.1 informed sources warned that users who wish to use Cydia, you should stay on iOS 10.2. Now to return to this version of the operating system is impossible – Apple is no longer issuing digital certificates for iOS 10.2.
Traditionally Apple signs older firmware for several days after the release of the updates. This time the window had closed a week and a half – the company stopped signing iOS 10.2 Tuesday, 31 January. Now the company does not issue digital certificates to iOS 10.2 for any model of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
This means that to revert to the firmware for which jailbreak is no longer possible, and any attempt to do a rollback or update to iOS 10.2 from earlier versions will be greeted with an error.
Thus, at the moment the current version of the iOS operating system 10.2.1. Jailbreak for it is still there. Therefore, the users of “jailbroken” gadgets, you should be careful. Do not install untested tweaks that can lead to failure, as a result of the recovery OS will have to upgrade a gadget and lose your jailbreak.
Apple is currently testing iOS 10.3. On the timing of release of the public version of the update information yet. The previous major iOS release 10.2 was in development for months.