September 24, 2014
Tech giant Apple today pulled the latest update to its iOS8 operating system due to issues experienced by users during installation, including disabling phone service.
“We have withdrawn the iOS 8.0.1 update,” a Cupertino California company spokesperson told the Recode technology website to complaints from users, who aired their frustration on social media such as Twitter with the hashtag # iOS8bugs.
The company has not made public the extent of the problems, which according to complaints on social media have also affected the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.
The iOS8 operating system update was intended to solve a problem with the HealthKit health application portal.
But what was supposed to be the fix for some small bugs turned out to be a disaster for some users, forcing the company to withdraw the upgrade.
If you did not manage to download the update but you have the notification to do it, do not do it. If you did not reach, you can breathe easy. But if it was updated, it is best to restore your iPhone to a previous state. At the moment, there is no official or easy solution to do it, something that Apple will probably launch in the next few hours. If you can’t wait, here’s what to do.
According to data published this Tuesday on Apple’s official developer blog, 46% of iPhones and iPads worldwide already work with iOS 8, while 49% still do so with its predecessor, iOS 7, and the remaining 5% use even older operating systems.
via Apple withdraws the iOS8 update due to installation problems – ABC.es.
DO NOT UPGRADE TO IOS 8.0.1 IF YOU WANT YOUR IPHONE TO BE USED FOR SOMETHING
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