Apple's fix to its previous fix—which was a complete and utter disaster—is rolling out now, thankfully ahead of the "few days" they stated earlier.
The update to iOS 8.0.2 fixes the issues with cell signal and Touch ID, as well as the the previous bugs 8.0.1 aimed to squash. No matter if you took the update and have had a de facto iPod the past 24+ hours, or whether you reverted back to iOS 8.0, you'll want to install this update pronto.
Head to Settings -> General -> Software Update to grab the over the air update. We've done this on both our iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, as well as iPhone 5S and 5—all is well in iOS land.
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After installing 8.0.2 on my iPad, Freecell opens but when I try to start a new game, a blue box appears in the bottom left corner of the screen. I've uninstalled the game and rebooted the iPad -- not just restarted it -- twice and reinstalled Freecell twice and it still does the same thing. Help!!!!!
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