Apple pulled an update that, a week after the iPhone 6 launched with new iOS 8 software, was supposed to fix a number of teething issues. Instead, the devices became temporarily unusable after the update.
One week after the launch of the new iPhone suggested Apple the update iOS 8.0.1 available, intended to remedy a number of minor inconveniences. Users who installed it suddenly lost their network and the fingerprint reader also stopped working. Restarting didn’t help. ‘No service’ was on the screen.
Apple has pulled the update, but has no solution for those who have already installed it. Alternative ways to reset devices are circulating on internet forums.
The issues have affected newer iPhones and iPads. On older devices, the update would not have caused any problems.
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