Apple iOS 8 is barely 12 hours old and already the software update is being hit hard on Twitter, with hundreds reporting crashing apps as well as stalled updates.
Ironically it seems Twitter is the largest app offender at the moment with users taking to the social site to complain about its app not working with iOS 8.
Another common cause seems to be people trying to download the update on older devices like the iPhone 4S and the iPad 2 and iPad 3.
While the app-specific crashes appear to be affecting everyone the operating system problems appear to be localised to Apple's older devices, the same applies to stalled updates with the download crashing as well as mid-install crashes appearing to be a common theme as well.
Apple is also currently fighting a bug that has caused it to pull almost all of the HealthKit compatible apps from the App Store.
Here's just some of the early Twitter reactions to iOS 8:
My uni here has banned downloading iOS8 until further notice as it will crash the internet as 60% of wifi useage is iphone. #funfact— Kate Havis (@Kaayvis) September 18, 2014
These two friends are part of a group that have been tirelessly fighting for the exclusive use of caps lock on social media:
@90sftmatt SAME— trash .-. (@duhtylerwhite) September 18, 2014
This is definitely a problem we never had a school:
Come 1:00 we're all gonna crash this schools wifi router with the amount of people installing iOS8 😂— Stott® (@CaptainMorgan_6) September 17, 2014
This tweeter believes Apple's deliberately causing iOS 8 to crash:
If you have an iPhone 4S dont download iOS8 bc it will slow your phone down or crash it purposely so you'll buy another phone from apple.— Morgan Bolens (@mabolens97) September 17, 2014
Twitter can you not crash on me? Get with iOS 8.— Ashley (@AstonishAshley) September 18, 2014