Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Offers Fix for i Affected by iOS 8 Problems

As many of you probably alrdy know, pulled the iOS 8.0.1 update after some users reported serious issues. Now they have issued a fix via their official website. This is a process that the company doesn't typically officially endorse but it looks like they haven't had a choice in the matter. posted an official fix for iPhone users affected by the problems with Wednesday's iOS 8.0.1 update. There were lots of reports of total loss of cellular service as well as issues with Touch ID. pulled the update after complaints about these issues quickly sprd via social media. For users however, it was too late as they had alrdy applied the update. 's fix is essentially a way to revert affected i back to iOS 8.0.0, a process the company doesn't officially endorse. Here's what their official site tells users to do to reinstall iOS 8.0. Make sure you are using the latest version of iTunes and then connect your iPhone to iTunes. Back up your iPhone in iTunes on your Mac or PC as iCloud backups won't restore to rlier versions, including iOS 8.0. When you have done this you will need to download the correct file to correspond to your device whether it's the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. When you have completed this you then need to select the file you have just downloaded by doing one of these things in iTunes: for Mac users press the Option and click Check for Update. For users press the Shift and click Check for Update. Press update to install iOS 8 on your iPhone. go on to say that the Hlth App won't work in iOS 8 after completing these steps but it will be fixed in their upcoming iOS 8.0.2 software update. The iOS 8.0.1 problems only see to affect the new iPhone 6 an the iPhone 6 Plus devices and we are delighted to see that have responded so quickly and crted a resolution. It does make us wonder though, if these issues will have any affect on the sales of these models or on in eral. What do you think? Would it put you off wanting to purchase an device? Let us know your thoughts in the comments and if you have experienced any issues with iOS 8.

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