Apple has just released iOS 8.0.2 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, which includes bug fixes and improvements. It also addresses the issues with cellular connectivity and Touch ID issues that affected iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus users.
However, MacRumors is reporting that some users in Australia are reporting issues with cellular connectivity and Touch ID after upgrading to iOS 8.0.2, similar to the issues reported after upgrading to iOS 8.0.1.
We’ve had couple of readers so far reporting problems connecting to Wi-Fi networks after upgrading to iOS 8.0.2.
If you’re facing the Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity issues, then you may want to try resetting Network settings (Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings) to see if it helps.
If you’re having Touch ID issues, then you can try deleting the fingerprint and configuring it again to see if it helps (Settings > Touch ID & Passcode > Finger > Delete Fingerprint, and set up the finger again).
If the reset and the reconfiguration of the Touch ID doesn’t help, then you could try downgrading back to iOS 8.0 for now to see if it helps. You can follow our guide if you need help:
I upgraded my iPhone 6 Plus to iOS 8.0.2 without any issue. I had hit the cellular connectivity and Touch ID issues after upgrading to iOS 8.0.1.
If Wi-Fi is sluggish, not working or disconnecting after upgrading your iPhone or iPad to iOS 8, then check our post for some tips to fix the issue:
Let me know if you’re facing any problems after upgrading to iOS 8.0.2.