Apple has made iOS 8.0.2 available for iPhone and iPad users, including a raft of fixes and improvements to issues caused by the initial iOS 8.0.1 update.
Apple was forced to pull iOS 8.0.1 when it became apparent that it caused phones to lose mobile signal and rendered the fingerprint Touch ID scanner unusable. Apple said it would issue a fix, which has now arrived.
"We apologise for inconveniencing you if you were affected by the bug in iOS 8.0.1," Apple said on its support page.
The iOS 8.0.2 update also fixes a bug that had stopped HealthKit apps being available, and resolved a problem that stopped some apps accessing photos from the photo library.
It also fixes a problem that could "cause unexpected cellular data usage when receiving SMS/MMS messages" and resolve a problem where "third-party keyboards could become deselected when a user enters their passcode".
The update is 64.7MB and can be downloaded over the air or via iTunes.
Apple will be hoping the fix does not cause any more issues as the company has had a recent run of problems, including reports that its iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 devices are prone to bending when carried around for too long in pockets.
Apple has also issued a statement regarding this issue, claiming that just nine people have been affected. "With normal use a bend in iPhone is extremely rare and through our first six days of sale, a total of nine customers have contacted Apple with a bent iPhone 6 Plus," the company said in a statement.
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