Apple iOS 8 has seen it’s own set of flaws since it came out. If you’re rocking existing devices and upgraded to the latest iOS 8, you should know that you can no longer downgrade to iOS 7.1.2 if you’ve upgraded since Apple has stopped signing the older updates.
It’s quite normal for Apple to stop signing the older software versions, which are stopped a week or so after a new version is rolled out so there are no surprises here.
If you’re running iOS 8, you should live with it, but if you’re not, you may want to hold off until the issues are resolved with the latest update. The latest iOS 8.0.2 fixed major bugs, especially for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users. And, if you’re on existing devices, specifically those who have jailbroken devices, you should stay away from the update as you’ll lose your jailbreak.
You can wait for a few days, and see if the jailbreak community comes up with a tool for the latest iOS 8. Also, when you’ll plug in your device to your computer, it will ask you to upgrade your software so make sure you select “no” when prompted.
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