Wednesday, September 24, 2014

iOS 8.0.1 Release to Address All iOS 8 Bugs and Problems for iPhone and iPad

The most recent iOS 8 was released on September 17, 2014 but numerous bugs and problems experienced by users give us a hint on soon iOS 8.0.1 release with fixes to most of the issues people get. The new operating system comes with a lot of interesting options, features, enhancements and improvements, but at the same time they give users a headache.

iOS 8.0.1 update should address fast battery drain, problems with slow Wi-Fi connection and other bugs reported by iPhone 6, iPhone 5S, iPad and other iDevice owners. Apple fans complain about Safari bugs, Keyboard problems and other things they have to deal with since upgrading to iOS 8.

Also you can try to downgrade iOS 8 to 7.1.2 if Apple still signs 7.1.2 blobs or wait for the new update.

Some Apple sources assure that the next iOS 8.0.1 launch should fix the issues with voicemail [freezing should be gone], Safari browser [it sometimes doesn’t let users play videos], VPN problems [some people can’t install their VPN profile] and Keyboard [there is a bug with keypad that doesn’t show up when you need to enter your iCloud Keychain verification codes]. The new update should also solve issues with Passbook passes and other bugs people have discovered.

Earlier reports mentioned that iOS 8.0.1 update was seeded to Apple partners in the beginning of September. In other words, this firmware is being worked on, and hopefully the solution will soon be presented to public.

Are you looking forward to iOS 8.0.1 release and update? How buggy is iOS 8 for you?


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