Monday evening, Apple stopped signing iOS 10.2 for all the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. It is therefore more possible for owners of iDevices compatible with the latest major version of the mobile operating system of the Cupertino company to update (or restore) their device with firmware other thaniOS 10.2.1.
If you’re not interested in jailbreaking, it doesn’t matter to you. However, for others, it is now too late if your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch is not running iOS 10.2. If you try to update or restore your device with iTunes to iOS 10.2, an error message will appear.
As a reminder, the iOS 10.2 jailbreak is currently in beta with the Yalu tool (read: iOS 10.2 jailbreak beta 7: support for iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 4) and is compatible with all iDevices with a 64-bit architecture , except the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. However, these can be jailbroken if they are running iOS 10.1.1. At the same time, Apple stopped signing tvOS 10.1 for the Apple TV 4.