Apple Releases, Then Pulls Back, iOS 8 Update
Instead of fixing existing problems in iOS 8, a buggy update from Apple caused some phones to be cut off from their networks.By Matt Moreno | September 24, 2014
So, Apple tried to fix the bugs and close the holes in iOS 8 by releasing iOS 8.0.1. The update kind of did the opposite though.
Apple pulled 8.0.1 Wednesday about an hour after releasing it, amid reports of serious issues with the software.
CNET says some people who downloaded the update reported their iPhones were not connecting to a cellular network, and Apple's fingerprint phone unlock feature, Touch ID, wasn't working either.