By Jason Snell
September 25, 2014 5:20 PM PT
Here we go again: iOS 8.0.2 released
Warning: This story has not been updated in several years and may contain out-of-date information.
On Thursday evening Apple released iOS 8.0.2, about 30 hours after withdrawing iOS 8.0.1 due to it breaking cellular network connectivity and Touch ID on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus models.
According to the release notes, this release essentially contains the same improvements as iOS 8.0.1, but without the cellular and Touch ID problems.
It’s available at an iOS Software Update prompt near you.
Here are the complete release notes:
This release contains improvements and bug fixes, including:
Fixes an issue in iOS 8.0.1 that impacted cellular network connectivity and Touch ID on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Fixes a bug so HealthKit apps can now be made available on the App Store
Addresses an issue where 3rd party keyboards could become deselected when a user enters their passcode
Fixes an issue that prevented some apps from accessing photos from the Photo Library
Improves the reliability of the Reachability feature on iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Fixes an issue that could cause unexpected cellular data usage when receiving SMS/MMS messages
Better support of Ask To Buy for Family Sharing for In-App Purchases
Fixes an issue where ringtones were sometimes not restored from iCloud backups
Fixes a bug that prevented uploading photos and videos from Safari
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