Yesterday we passed along a rumor that iOS 8.0.1 would be released soon to patch up a number of bugs, and, sure enough, Apple released it this morning. But the word from multiple sources is that the patch is a buggy mess than causes more problems than it solves, and Apple actually pulled the patch from its download servers not long ago. On the bright side, the update reportedly fixed the issues with HealthKit, so that's something, right?
These are serious bugs we're talking about, too, although they're apparently limited to owners of the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Many users who downloaded it this morning, for instance, reported that their phones lost all cellular connectivity, and that the phone simply displayed a "No Service" message. Touch ID was widely reported to have lost all functionality.
(Via Mac|Life all.)