Its been a busy week for Apple. First the #bendgate saga, then iOS 8.0.1 purportedly ‘breaking’ the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus by causing them to receive no cellular signal, also breaking Touch ID in the process. Luckily, today Apple has released iOS 8.0.2 to fix all those problems as well as the issues iOS 8.0.1 was supposed to fix.

Models compatible are as follows:

iPhone 4S
iPhone 5
iPhone 5C
iPhone 5S
iPhone 6
iPhone 6 Plus

iPad 2
iPad 3rd Generation
iPad 4th Generation
iPad Air
iPad Mini
iPad Mini with Retina Display

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About The Author

Jesse Nandra

Jesse discovered audio production at an early age, writing quirky music and sound effects from simple loops and samples using commercial DAW’s (Digital Audio Workstations). Jesse decided to study Music Technology and Interactive Media at College, introducing him to powerful industrial standard audio/video production tools and equipment, which allowed him to acquire the skills and techniques required for professional level audio/video production. With Jesse’s hard work and dedication, he achieved the highest grades in all Music & Media modules at both GCSE & A-Level standards of education. Jesse is now currently studying his second year for a degree in Music Technology & Innovation (BA Hons) at De Montfort University. Having finished his 1st year, Jesse has been slowly curating his own professional audio equipment to work on his own projects. With the right tools for professional audio, Jesse wants to be able to use his passion to create fantastic audio work for use in media production. Jesse has composed music, mastered audio, and helped create various projects throughout college and university, and wants to greatly expand his dynamics and kick-start his career with his new alias, Molecular Audio. Aside from audio, Jesse is interested in all things technically creative. Video games, photography and film are to name a few.

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