Despite selling more than 10 million units, the release of Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is marred with a number of unfortunate issues. First, it was the #bendgate issue. Right after that, users reported that the new iOS 8.0.1 update somehow disabled their phone’s cellular service and TouchID.
If you already owned one of the new iPhones and faced those very issues after adopting iOS 8.0.1, don’t worry: Apple has just released the fix in the form of iOS 8.0.2.
Apart from fixing the cellular network and Touch ID issues on iPhone 6 as well as iPhone 6 Plus, the new update also included some of the fixes that were released as part of iOS 8.0.1. That includes a bug that has forced Apple to temporarily remove all HealthKit-related apps from its App Store.
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Apparently, almost 40,000 iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus already downloaded iOS 8.0.1 before Apple took it offline. If you are one of them, do check out the Software Update section of your device in order to download and install iOS 8.0.2.
[Source: Mac Rumours]