Apple's latest iOS update, version 8.0.1, is so buggy that when some users updated, it not only disabled their phone's TouchID security features but also knocked out their cellular service.
Lots of reports that iOS 8.0.1 breaks cell service and TouchID on the iPhone 6. Wait to update. http://t.co/QnU0D4rFJP
— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) September 24, 2014
iOS 8.0.1. turned my phone into an iPod.
â€” Karyne Levy (@karynelevy) September 24, 2014
Somewhat concerned about Apple QA lately.
— David Chartier (@chartier) September 24, 2014
New in iOS 8: Saves you cellular data, talk time and SMS charges. Also, helps you focus on your tasks without interruption.
— Super Tino (@supertino) September 24, 2014
Looking forward to the iOS 8.0.2 release notes: -Sorry about that.
— MG Siegler (@parislemon) September 24, 2014
Apple has since pulled the update that squashed the spirits of so many early adopters. If you've updated and now find yourself with a largely useless phone, Mashable has provided this handy guide on how to downgrade your phone's software back to iOS 8.