On Wednesday it will be two weeks since iOS 8 was released, which brought with it a vast array of improvements to make your iPad and iPhone run a whole lot better. However, it cannot be a proper iOS update without Apple going through a few teething issues, such as the Health app not working, which is why they rushed out iOS 8.0.1, and we all know what a shambles that was.
Numerous iOS 8.0.2 problems after update — Apple assumed that after pulling iOS 8.0.1 and then replacing it with 8.0.2 a little while after, many of the issue should have been resolved, but that was not to be. It would seem that things are just as bad with the latest update, as users are reporting many problems.
One such problem is with Wi-Fi, as several iPad users say that Internet seems to be running really slow, although I noticed this personally when iOS 8 was first installed on the iPad Air on release day. However, things seem to resolve itself after a couple of days, which was a little strange.
There are also connectivity issues with the iPad Air and mini following the update to iOS 8.0.2, such as Bluetooth crashing often, as well as Safari, and it would also seem that there are still issues with sending messages (non-iMessage) with the cellular version of iPads.
It seems inevitable that each time you update to a new version of Apple mobile OS there is either a new issue, or a return of an old one, much to the annoyance of users. However, not all people are having issues, and things now seem to be working fine on my iPad Air and perfect on the iPhone 6, although I did run a clean install of iOS 8.0.2.
Are you still having issues with your iPad or iPhone following the iOS 8.0.2 update, and if so, then what issues have you been experiencing?