Well, that didn’t take lengthy. Just a day after Apple released the iOS 8.0.1 update that broke mobile connectivity and Touch ID for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus customers, an update to iOS 8.zero.2 is being pushed to right these issues.
The iOS 8.zero.2 update options the identical changelog as iOS 8.zero.1, with one essential inclusion: “Fixes a problem in iOS 8.zero.1 that impacted mobile community connectivity and Touch ID on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.” The update additionally features a repair to make HealthKit apps work, a 3rd-get together keyboard repair, improved reliability for Reachability and extra.
It’s type of loopy that Apple pushed out an update that broke mobile connectivity for new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus customers. After all, that’s a reasonably essential function to have in your cellphone. And whereas Apple did provide instructions on how to fix the issue earlier immediately, that wasn’t probably the most elegant of options. Thankfully, it solely took a bit greater than 24 hours for an up to date, hopefully not damaged update to be pushed out.
You can verify for this update in your gadget by going into Settings > General > Software Update. You can even plug your gadget into your pc and run iTunes, which is what I needed to do after downloading iOS 8.zero.1 on my iPhone 6 Plus however not truly putting in it.