“One week after the launch of iOS 8, Apple released its first update for the new OS — iOS 8.0.1 — on Wednesday afternoon,” Chris Welch reports for The Verge. “It was meant to fix a slew of bugs, but that’s not what happened. Immediately after the update hit, reports began flooding in that iOS 8.0.1 was breaking cellular reception and other features like Touch ID.”
Welch reports, “Apple eventually removed the faulty update, but not before an untold number of users were able to install it.”
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APPLE: "We are actively investigating these reports … In the meantime we have pulled back the iOS 8.0.1 update.”
— John Paczkowski (@JohnPaczkowski) September 24, 2014
MacDailyNews Take: Clown show.
iOS 8.0.1 will now proceed live on in infamy.
ALERT: Do not install Apple’s iOS 8.0.1; breaks cellular connectivity, Touch ID support for ‘large number of users’ – September 24, 2014
Apple releases iOS 8.0.1 – September 24, 2014