Apple quickly releases iOS 8.0.2 to fix iPhone issues caused by the prior update


Apple released iOS 8.0.2 for mobile devices on Thursday afternoon, following an update pushed the prior day that caused major issues. After Version 8.0.1 caused iPhone 6 and 6 Plus phones to lose cellular service and also disabled the device’s Touch ID, Apple pulled the update within hours of its release and posted instructions for impacted iPhone owners to revert back to iOS 8.0.

The new software update fixes those two problems caused by the prior version; I installed it on an iPhone 6 and verified that both my cellular service and Touch ID are working. The update also includes the fixes were originally in iOS 8.0.1, the main one being a bug fix to support [company]Apple[/company] HealthKit apps. The Reachability feature in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus also gain reliability according to the official release notes:

iOS 8.0.2While the fix for yesterday’s software snafu arrived relatively quick, chatter around…

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