Just a week after the launch of the iOS 8, a first update was released by the California based company only this time it didn’t go down well with some users who attempted to update to the iOS 8.0.1. The update was meant to fix a couple of bug Customers reported scenarios like no cellular service among other malfunctions. Apple eventually pulled the update after some customers installed it successfully.
A spokesman for Apple confirmed this and said the company was working on a quick fix. We do hope it come sooner.
Meanwhile, follow the steps below to fix the problem if you wish to downgrade to iOS 8.0
- Make sure that you’re using the latest version of iTunes.
- Connect your iPhone to iTunes.
- Back up your iPhone in iTunes on your Mac or PC. iCloud backups won’t restore to earlier versions, including iOS 8.0.
- Download the file below that corresponds to your device:
- Select the file you just downloaded by doing one of these in iTunes:
- Mac: Press the Option key and click Check for Update.
- Windows: Press the Shift key and click Check for Update.
- Press Update to install iOS 8 on your iPhone.
The Health app won’t work in iOS 8 after these steps. It will be fixed in our upcoming iOS 8.0.2 software update.