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If you managed to update iOS to 8.0.1 yesterday before Apple pulled the update, and have experienced problems with cellular service or the Touch ID functionality, here's how you can downgrade to iOS 8
Apple has pulled the latest update for iOS 8 after widespread reports from users that it managed to break Touch ID functionality and cellular service on their iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Just a week after the public availability of iOS 8.0, it appears that 8.0.1 is already being put through its paces at partners & carriers pending approval which could mean a quick update for the OS.
According to app activity tracker, Fiksu, the iPhone 6 has been the smartphone of choice among Apple users as it has managed to grab greater share among iPhones while the 6 Plus is lagging behind.
Deciding to queue for a technology device is a big deal for many people, but how is the experience and is it really worth all those hours of standing up in the hope of getting hold of something new.
The Dropbox team has reacted quickly to incompatibility issues with iOS 8 and is urging users to upgrade both Dropbox and Carousel after a fix was pushed yesterday and a patch shortly after.
Apple released iOS 8 yesterday to the masses but some last minute bugs have led the company to remove apps using the various HealthKit features introduced in the new version of its mobile OS.
Apple has released the next major update to iOS today, iOS 8, and if you want to get it on to your device today, we have the links and the process to update your device after the jump.
iOS 8 will be made available to the general public today, and we've added a countdown for you to keep an eye on, but there are still problems affecting the OS, so should you upgrade? Read on..
Apple has announced the iPhone 6 and the larger iPhone 6 Plus at its mega event in Cupertino, California, after months of speculation and rumours from all over the web.
More information suggests September 19th to be the release date for the iPhone 6. The report claims that both sizes will be available, although the larger model would be of limited availability.
Apple is now rolling out the latest pre-release build of iOS 8, bringing various fixes and improvements, in what looks set to be the last beta before the final 'GM' build of the OS is compiled.
With health and fitness being all the rage, iOS 8 has certainly beefed up in that respect adding a multitude of features through the upcoming HealthKit app, including tracking your breathing!
Apple has released updates for the pre-release versions of the upcoming iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 operating systems and developers can now download them over the air for testing.
Apple has released another update to iOS 8 and OS X 10.10 that will bring more stability to the platform and is available now to developers via the App Stores on each device.
If you are running either of Apple's next-generation operating systems, there is a new beta to download but you should do so with caution as these builds are not intended for production devices.
The Weather Channel has partnered up with Apple to provide the data for the stock Weather app for iOS 8; the app will offer more features and information than what is currently present on iOS 7.
A new feature has been uncovered in the code of iOS 8, revealing that Apple wants to help you locate your lost car with the use of Apple Maps and the M7 chip inside of its iPhones.
The source code for Apple's iOS 8 contains multitasking support but don't get too excited yet as you can't use the feature and there is no telling if or when it will arrive for the platform.
Alongside other announcements, FaceTime will support free audio conference calling in the latest iteration of iOS which was unveiled at this year's World Wide Developers Conference.
HealthKit, a healthcare software developer, has criticised Apple for using the same name to brand its new iOS 8 health tools, saying: "Are they so big that they are above doing a Google search?"
Apple announced the latest version of iOS this week, and users can install a preview version right now. But not all iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches will support iOS 8 - find out which ones will here.
Apple has announced iOS 8 at WWDC 2014 and it is the next generation of the platform that brings a suite of new features to the popular smartphone and will be available later this year.
Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference starts on Monday, June 2nd with a keynote introducing new Apple products. The event is about software so we'll likely see new version of iOS and OS X.
A technology reporter for the New York Times has said a source has told him that the awaited side-by-side app multitasking in Apple's next mobile operating system, iOS 8, is not yet ready for use.
Apple will reportedly unveil split-screen multitasking for the iPad to rival Microsoft's Surface at its developers conference on June 2, with a release schedule for later this year or early 2015.
KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo, who has made accurate statements about previous iPhone launches, has new research notes on the iPhone 6, including word the sleep/wake button could move.
Apple has announced that the 2014 edition of its Worldwide Developer Conference will be held on June 2nd-6th, but that tickets this year will be sold via a random lottery.
The next major version of iOS may include iPhone and iPad versions of TextEdit and Preview, according to a new report and leaked screenshots. Is this our first real look at iOS 8?
A new report has revealed details on Apple's next major version of iOS. A much improved maps application may be a centrepiece of the iOS 8 update which should be announced this summer.
Apple may be developing advanced sensors for wearable technology that can predict heart attacks, according to a new report. Could the iWatch's focus be on healthcare, above anything else?