As we reported earlier this morning, Apple and its carrier partners have been hard at work testing out a maintenance release of iOS 8 in the form of iOS 8.0.1. The update was released this afternoon to squash the following issues:
However, in Apple’s haste to get 8.0.1 out the door to fix the above list of issues, it has introduced two more crippling bugs according to growing reports over at Mac Rumors. Many iPhone users that have upgraded to iOS 8.0.1 are reporting that their cellular service has been disabled by the update. In addition, a growing number of users are reporting that Touch ID functionality has also been disabled by the update.
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