How long it takes Apple to stop signing their firmware?

Sometimes when a new firmware is published, as today iOS 8.4, one asks the question, perhaps because they want to rush to make a jailbreak, transaction, etc.

We have taken all mobile Apple devices, all iOS firmwares that are with published release and end dates.

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Next columns shows you the iOS version and the days it takes to stop being signed.

Enjoy it!

iOS firmware 8.2 61 days
iOS firmware 8.1 46 days
iOS firmware 8.1.3 63 days
iOS firmware 8.1.2 67 days
iOS firmware 8.1.1 39 days
iOS firmware 8.0 43 days
iOS firmware 8.0.2 32 days
iOS firmware 8.0.1 4 days
iOS firmware 7.1 57 days
iOS firmware 7.1.2 98 days
iOS firmware 7.1.1 119 days
iOS firmware 7.0 32 days
iOS firmware 7.0.6 18 days
iOS firmware 7.0.5 25 days
iOS firmware 7.0.4 101 days
iOS firmware 7.0.3 29 days
iOS firmware 7.0.2 35 days
iOS firmware 7.0.1 24 days
iOS firmware 6.1 27 days
iOS firmware 6.1.5 112 days
iOS firmware 6.1.4 147 days
iOS firmware 6.1.3 192 days
iOS firmware 6.1.2 32 days
iOS firmware 6.1.1 11 days
iOS firmware 6.0 48 days
iOS firmware 6.0.2 46 days
iOS firmware 6.0.1 90 days
iOS firmware 5.1 75 days
iOS firmware 5.1.1 147 days
iOS firmware 5.0.1 121 days
iOS firmware 4.3.5 89 days
iOS firmware 4.3.4 13 days
iOS firmware 4.3.3 77 days
iOS firmware 4.3.2 24 days
iOS firmware 4.2.1 113 days

 

Updated: 29th October 2015 – Apple just stopped signing 9.0.2

Updated: 1th October 2015 – Apple just stopped signing 8.4.1

Source: Mkes Networks team

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