Apple say sorry for messing everything up
Apple have bowed their heads, shuffled their feet and muttered 'sorry' to everyone for the "great inconvenience" caused by a rubbish software update that mucked things up for loads of iPhone 6 owners.
We've got some fixes for you here, if you're having problems with your iPhone or iPad.
An iOS update, which was unleashed to fix earlier bugs in Apple’s health app provoked a whole new set of problems for Apple fans, making the company look anything but sleek and reliable.
Those who bought an iPhone 6 and installed the iOS 8.0.1 update, in some cases, found that they couldn't access the internet, use the Touch ID fingerprint reader and more. You can imagine the hysterical shrieking that was going down on Apple's forums and all over Twitter.
Apple said: "We apologise for the great inconvenience experienced by users, and are working around the clock to prepare iOS 8.0.2 with a fix for the issue."
There should be a fix in the next couple of days
Apple said it was working to ready the fix for download "in the next few days". Until then, have you tried reinstalling the operating system through iTunes or switching your phone off and on again?
This isn't the first time Tim Cook has had to apologies for a crappy Apple product. In 2012, he tugged at his jumper while saying sorry about the debacle surrounding Apple's Maps. And remember the iPhone antenna problem? Apple have really been dropping the ball.
And there's the small matter of people saying that their new iPhone is bending in their pocket as well.
Either way, Apple have said sorry and have still sold a ridiculous amount of phones, so they won't be too worried - but will all this see some die-hard Apple fans thinking about buying a non-Apple phone in the near future? We'll have to wait and see.