Following the botched rollout of the iOS 8.0.1 update earlier this week, Apple has rolled out the 8.0.2 update that is meant to fix the cellular connectivity and Touch ID issues found after the first update for the iPhone 6/6 Plus, as well as additional fixes.
The added fixes in the 8.0.2 update include fixing the HealthKit bug so that the apps can now be made available in the App Store and addresses an issue where third party keyboards could be switched back to the the stock keyboard when a user enters their passcode. It also fixes a bug that prevented some apps from accessing photos from the Photo Library, improves the the Reachability feature on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, fixes a bug that could cause unexpected cellular data usage when receiving SMS/MMS messages, and fixes a bug where ringtones were sometimes not restored from iCloud backups. The update also fixes a bug that prevented uploading photos and videos from Safari. The update is available as an over the air update and via iTunes.
Along with the rollout of the new update, Apple also officially addressed the recent online controversy of certain iPhone 6 and 6 Plus phones being bent after users took to social media to report their findings, stating that only nine owners reported their devices being bent. Apple then went further, detailing how it tested the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus for durability so as to reassure customers that the phones were sufficiently tested before release.