It may not be the kind of striking transformation ushered in by last year’s iOS 7, but the newest flavor of Apple’s mobile platform has plenty going on. There are new features, new apps, and a lot of little tweaks, including the ability to add custom keyboards, a new health app, iMessage features galore, a new iCloud Drive, and some cool new camera features.
Unfortunately, new updates come with new problems. Some people are already regretting making the upgrade from iOS 7. As more and more of you install iOS 8 on iPhone 6, older iPhones, iPads, and iPods, a few problems are rearing their ugly heads on support forums. Here are the main ones with advice on what to do about them.
Updated on 7-28-2015 by Simon Hill: Updated Wi-Fi problem, added iOS 8.4 problems with Home Sharing, iCloud Music Library, GPS not working, alarm not working, and touch screen unresponsive.