After the official release of iOS 14, many users immediately installed the firmware on their iPhone.
Rollback from iOS 14 to iOS 13
Apple regularly stops signing oldversions of software updates after new versions are released to encourage customers to use the most current versions of operating systems on their Apple devices.
Operating system as of September 21stiOS 14 was installed on about 26% of active iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices, and today the first jailbreak for iOS 14 devices was released. The jailbreak only works with devices with the A9 chip and earlier due to new security measures introduced Apple.
At the moment we are ready to inform you thatApple has stopped signing the old iOS 13.7 firmware. This means that it is no longer possible to rollback (downgrade) from iOS 14 to iOS 13. Alas! If you still notice some bugs in the work of the update, you will have to put up with it and wait for the update.
IOS 14 is the current public release of iOS,which people can download, but there is also iOS 14.2 that has been made available to developers and public beta testers. iOS 14.2 introduces a new Shazam music recognition feature for Control Center, and also contains some other Control Center settings related to Apple Music.