Apple’s release of iOS 8 earlier this month may not have been off to the fastest start in the world, but in the days since we last brought you an update about how quickly users are upgrading, numbers are already on the upswing, no doubt as more users find the time to clear off space on their phones in preparation for the update’s sizable storage requirements. But even as more and more Apple users make the plunge, we’ve got a new release waiting in the wings, and now a new leak attempts to reveal some of the changes to expect in the upcoming release of iOS 8.0.1.
It’s only a partial list of improvements, but those on the menu are tipped to include fixes related to visual voicemail, video playback in Safari, AirDrop interaction with Passbook, VPN profile setup, and on-screen keypad appearance.
When could you hope to see iOS 8.0.1 go public? Well, at the moment it’s reportedly already been handed off to Apple’s carrier partners, who are pawing through it in advance of a wide release. For what it’s worth, last year we saw both iOS 7.0.1 and 7.0.2 debut just days after the release of iOS 7 itself, so it really wouldn’t be crazy to expect to see 8.0.1 incoming nearly any time now.