Apple’s latest iOS 13.3 update released yesterday for newer iPhones. Following the same, Apple also rolls out new iOS 12.4.4 update for older iPhone models that do not support iOS 13. So, Apple did an excellent job for older iPhone uses as they released the new 12.4.4 patch with the latest security fixes.
Which devices support iOS 12.4.4?
If you don’t have an idea of whether your device supports iOS 12.4.4 or not, then we are here to cleat it out. If you have any iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, and iPhone 5, then you can install iOS 12.4.4 update. Also, iPad Air (1st generation), iPad mini 2 and iPad mini 3, as well as iPod touch 6, can download iOS 12.4.4 update.
How to update to iOS 12.4.4?
If you have any compatible device from the above, then you will be able to download and install 12.4.4 update by heading to Settings > General > Software Update and clicking the “Download and Install” button. You can also iTunes to install the update by connecting your iPhone and iPad to the computer.
Well, there is nothing huge in the iOS 12.4.4 update, we can say that Apple is still committed to its older customer as well as they have just released the new update as security implications.
Talking of iOS 13 users who want to downgrade to iOS 12.4.4, then we should tell you that you can’t go back to the iOS 12.4.4 if your device is running iOS 13 update.
We know that iOS needs to updated as some Apps in the App Store don’t work with older iOS. So it needs to be updated time-to-time.