Apple just released iOS 14.0.1 for iPhone today, Thursday, Sept. 24. The update features bug fixes for widgets, default browser and mail apps, and more. In iOS 14, default apps suffer from a bug where iOS reverts back to Safari or Apple Mail when rebooting your iPhone, which defeats the purpose of the feature entirely.

Apple released this update to the public at 10 a.m. PDT, the company’s standard release time for major software updates. This update comes eight days after Apple released iOS 14 to the public, one week after seeding developers the first beta for iOS 14.2, and three days after 14.2 public beta 1’s debut.

To download and install iOS 14.0.1 on your iPhone, open Settings -> General -> Software Updates. When the update appears, follow the on-screen instructions to download and install iOS 14.0.1 onto your device. If you have “Automatic Updates” enabled, you can simply allow your iPhone to update overnight.

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