Leaked into wild! Although it suggests that Apple’s new iOS 8 software is bundled with bugs, it’s certainly had its era of fixes to such issues, with a number of devices and apps affected by those early flaws. Apple still in works on rolling out iOS 8.0.1, and while a minor, bug-fixing update was always to follow the end user release of iOS 8, we finally got few details on what exactly said update may contain. If you’re iOS 8 experience has been a bit dumb thus far, then here is a good news that the antidote is now on its way, and below, we’ve shared a full equation.
Changelog for the iOS 8.0.1 leaked, and this will be the first update comes as the Apple’s bug fixer update for the software aiming at smaller troubles rather than trying to fix the larger issues that have been found in the latest version of the iOS. About issues regarding Wi-Fi with iOS 8, and some other new study claiming that iOS 8 is less stable than iOS 7 and et al.
According to my favorite site, over at MacRumors, who have been in touch with “a source” apparently familiar with such matters, iOS 8.0.1 includes a multitude of fixes relating to a variety of iOS apps and 3rd-party applications as well.
iOS 8.0.1 Changelog
Phone: Addresses bugs with call forwarding and freezing when accessing visual voicemail.
The Phone app, for instance, should no longer encounter freezing issues when trying to acces the visual voicemail feature, and any setbacks pertaining to call forwarding will also ne no longer.
Keyboard: Fixes an issue with keypad not appearing to enter iCloud Keychain verification codes.
Talking about Keyborad, which has been treated to a major overhaul to the stock revamp and got third-party support with iOS 8. As per the source coverage, a problem relating to the keypad playing up and not entering iCloud Keychain verification codes on cue will soon be fixed through iOS 8.0.1 update.
Safari: Fixes a problem with videos occasionally not playing and Sharing support for Passbook passes. Addresses an issue with installing VPN profiles.
Further revision to video playback in Mobile Safari, and bugs with AirDrop Sharing and VPN will also be included. Apple reportedly said to be testing iOS 8.0.1 internally prior to the public launch of iOS 8.0 IPSW, and the newer glitches will also be addressed in the next formal update.
HealthKit, actually it was hit by a major bug right before the official launch and despite having been spoken up constantly prior to and after its WWDC showcasing, we’re still yet to perfectly see what this new, integrated suite certainly has to offer.
About the fixes for the dreaded WiFi issues with the release of iOS 8, which has spread towards countless users around the globe, is now expected to be fixed.
The full changelog is as follows:
– Phone: Addresses bugs with call forwarding and freezing when accessing visual voicemail
– Keyboard: Fixes an issue with keypad not appearing to enter iCloud Keychain verification codes
– Safari: Fixes a problem with videos occasionally not playing
– Sharing: Fixes AirDrop support for Passbook passes
– VPN: Addresses an issue with installing VPN profiles
Reports are saying that iOS 8.0.1 has already been seeded to carriers for testing and approval, but there is no official word on when it will be released to users. So, insiders may have divulged some of the details on iOS 8.0.1. Described fixes relate to bugs Apple knew of prior to iOS 8’s launch, the full story has yet to be told.
Any idea! When iOS 8.0.1 will finally hit the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch handsets via over-the-air (OTA) or direct download links. Or it’s only for carriers? Stay tuned!
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