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I downloaded iOS 8.0.1, tried couple of times - 'Install Now', it asks me to enter passcode, then it asks me to accept 'Terms and Conditions', once accepted it shows message - 'Verifying update...', after some time it shows message:

Unable to verify update

iOS 8.0.1 failed verification because you are no longer connected to the Internet

Though I am connected to Internet :(

I am trying to upgrade it on iPad mini - retina display.

Any clues?

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    You should be happy that you weren't able to install it. They really botched that update.
    – bobbyalex
    Sep 25 '14 at 8:18
  • what if we are trying to delete the new update 8.0.2 and we go settings<then to general< then we go to usage< then manage storage< but the ios 8.0.2 is not showing up to delete it can you help me
    – user92722
    Sep 28 '14 at 16:42
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Apple revoked iOS 8.0.1 last night after issues with iPhone 6 models were revealed.

The installation is failing as the device can't verify the download is correct as iOS 8.0.1 is no longer available.

To delete the download, go to: Settings app -> General -> Usage -> Manage Storage

Find the iOS 8.0.1 option, select it and tap delete.

Finally, go back to the Software Update screen and it will show iOS 8.0 as up to date.

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  • Note that the Settings app will retain a badge number of 1. This will be resolved when Apple release iOS 8.0.2 soon.
    – Andrew
    Sep 25 '14 at 8:00
  • That did the trick for me
    – asdfg
    Sep 26 '14 at 3:36
  • +1 ... after deleting the 8.0.1 download this way, it finally finds & lets me install 8.0.2 Sep 26 '14 at 12:45
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8.0.1 was removed last night from Apple's servers. To fix your issue without having to restore the phone, follow the instructions: here:

Turn off Find my iPhone via Settings > iCloud. Download iOS 8 for iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. Make sure you're on the latest version of iTunes. Go to About and then Check for Updates or visit iTunes.com. Launch iTunes on your Mac or PC. Connect your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to iTunes via Lightning to USB cable. Hold down Option (Mac) or Shift (Windows) click on "Check for Update". Choose the iOS 8 firmware file (.ispw) you downloaded in step 2. Let iTunes do its thing. Once you're back up and running, Turn Find my iPhone back on.

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