Apple released an update to its iOS 8 late Thursday that it says will fix the numerous bugs with the original operating system.
The iOS 8 had a number of serious issues, and users widely reported an iOS 8.0.1 connectivity issue that caused dropped calls on their cellular network, affecting primarily iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users. The update also disabled the Touch ID function, which allows people to unlock their phones with fingerprints.
Apple’s widely anticipated iOS 8.0.2 fixes connectivity issues, repairs a bug so that the touted HealthKit apps can be made available on the App Store, among other glitch fixes.
Check out the full list of bug fixes below:
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