Apple: Now that you've updated to iOS 7... YOU CAN NEVER GO BACK
You're stuck with those crayon graphics forever, chum
Apple has banned any fanbois running iOS 7 from reverting back to a previous version of the iDevice operating system.
Fanbois who downloaded the latest release or developer beta of iOS 7 had the option of retreating back to the warm (and functional) cocoon offered by iOS 6. But with the release of the latest update to its mobile operating system, Apple has now stopped "signing" its older firmware. Without a signature, the older operating system won't install.
If a fanboi tries to go back to the past, they will be shown an error message and will have to reinstall iOS 7 to get their iDevice working again.
Some dyed-in-the-wool Apple fans have been grumbling about the new design of iOS 7, complaining about its saccharine colour scheme, unfamiliar new processes and redesigned icons.
However, this doesn't seem to have affected the success of the latest operating system, which Apple claimed was the "fastest software upgrade in history".
The latest operating system accounted for about about half of all American iOS web traffic just one week after its launch, according to online ad network Chitika. ®
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