Apple released an update to iOS 8 this week that ended up causing some users more problems than the bug-fixes it was suppose to eliminate. Specifically, many new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users lost the ability to make cellular calls and access their phones via Touch ID after they installed iOS 8.0.1.
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Apple releases iOS 8.0.2–patches all bugs, including those introduced with iOS 8.0.1update

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Apple released an update to iOS 8 this week that ended up causing some users more problems than the bug-fixes it was suppose to eliminate.  Specifically, many new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users lost the ability to make cellular calls and access their phones via Touch ID after they installed iOS 8.0.1.

Apple acted quickly after discovering the new bugs that were introduced with iOS 8.0.1–removing the update altogether less than 2 hours after releasing it.  Then, they released a support document documenting how to downgrade back to iOS 8.0 until they had 8.0.2 ready for release.  Just one day later they have already released iOS 8.0.2, which not only fixed the bugs introduced in iOS 8.0.1, but also included the original list of fixes contained in iOS 8.0.1.

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To download the latest update go to Settings–>General–>Software Update.

 

 

 

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