Strap in and hang on because Apple might be bringing you on a crazy ride with all the gizmos it’s due to launch tomorrow. We’re anticipating the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6L, the iWatch (if this is all it’s launching) but here’s one more to add to the list – iOS 8.0.1.
Yep, according to “some unnamed sources” on GSM Arena, the i-devices maker is already mapping out its plans for the updated operating system and it may be seeded to partners soon.
The update is said to consist of “bug fixes and various enhancements” considering its small incrementation version number but no further details were added on as to what exactly these changes may be.
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But this might spell some bad news for you. What this means, if it’s true, is that you might face some (or a multiple of) minor bugs – in the past, we’ve had issues such as freezing glitches, inability to connect to the App Store, or even apps crashing.
So this alleged update could provide you with a more seamless iOS experience.
If the beta version that the developers tinker with work smoothly, the iOS 8.0.1 update could arrive shortly after iOS 8.0.0, or if we’re lucky, Apple’s looming i-gadgets will come out of the box with iOS 8.0.1 preinstalled; it’s a far cry but who knows, it might just happen.
[Source: GSM Arena]