The iOS 8.02 update full release notes have arrived now the new system software is here to fix what went wrong in 8.01. Exactly what changed can be seen within the full changelog below, and most noticeable is the first line explaining the iOS 8.02 update fixes iOS 8.01 after problems with cellular networks and Touch ID.
It was the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus that suffered most with Touch ID not working after the 8.01 download. Today, the iOS 8.02 update and its release notes are for both iPad and iPhone. There’s a difference in install sizes with an iPad mini download at 64.1MB, and the iPhone 6 Plus install size at 72.2MB.
We just tested the download on both an iPad mini and new iPhone 6 Plus. Both of our installs were fast and without any problems, although we’ve only been hands-on for around an hour, so if we do notice any issues with battery drain or Wi-Fi then we’ll be sure to publish an update to Product Reviews readers.
Many of the original changes within iOS 8.01 stick with the iOS 8.02 update, as we explained before, but to see exactly what’s included take a look at the full list above. We’ve taken a look at both release notes and only notice one change, which is the fix to problems with the first install.
Have you installed the iOS 8.02 update today on iPad or iPhone? Let us know if you have any problems, or if you are waiting to see how other installs go before updating.