iOS 8 might have been introduced to the masses not too long ago, and would mean that one can start to look forward to the maiden bug fix update from Apple for iOS 8. Needless to say, as tradition would dictate, the initial update will target the less important bugs, so to speak, compared to actually getting the larger known issues settled. So far, there has been reported issues concerning Wi-Fi and battery life with iOS 8, and someone has even come up with a workaround for you to downgrade iOS 8 on your device to iOS 7.1.2.
Apart from that, there has also been a study that points to iOS 8 being not as stable as iOS 7, which would make it a whole lot likelier to crash and burn while you’re using compared to an Android-powered smartphone.
Well, Apple has always stuck to this modus operandi, and Apple intends to fix those particular issues with iOS 8.1 alongside its subsequent updates to the different kinds of third-party apps which, in all probability, are the reasons behind the crash problems experienced by iOS 8. The iOS 8.0.1 change log points to fixing bugs associated with call forwarding and freezing when accessing visual voicemail, as well as fixing an issue concerning the keypad not appearing when one wants to key in iCloud Keychain verification codes. Safari is not forgotten either, as it handles a problem that concerns videos not playing from time to time, among others.
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