The downgrade channels for iOS 13.2.2 and iPad OS 13.2.2 have been closed and Apple has stopped signing on iOS 13.2 and iPad OS 13.2 firmware. iOS 13.2.2 and iPad OS 13.2.2 were released a week ago, more like emergency fixes, addressing many of the issues including the wrong process killing.
So starting November 14, 2019, you won’t be able to downgrade an iPhone or iPad running iOS 13.2.2 or iPad 13.2 to iOS 13.2 or any previous version. This will also have a huge impact on the jailbreak community, which is currently being implemented in older versions.
Apple encourages users to keep their devices up-to-date, which is often a good thing for a more secure and stable experience. Meanwhile, Apple is still working on the next big iOS and iPad OS software updates, iOS 13.3 and iPad OS 13.3, which are currently in beta testing. These new versions are expected to be available later this year, most likely in early or mid-December with new features and improvements.
iOS 13.3 and iPad OS 13.3 will be accompanied by tvOS 13.3, watchOS 6.1.1 and macOS Catalina 10.15.2 software updates. Prior to that, if you were using iOS 13.2 or iPad OS 13.2, it is recommended that you upgrade to the latest iOS 13.2.2 and iPad OS 13.2.2 firmware as soon as possible.