With iOS 8 just out today, popular cloud storage service Dropbox has said that Apple's new operating system is causing a compatibility issue that may prevent its automatic upload feature from working as it should.

To avoid any confusion, the company has pushed a Dropbox and Carousel update that temporarily suspends automatic backup of photos and videos.

While the issue shouldn't affect the contents of your "Recently Added" album, which, according to the company, will continue uploading automatically, you shouldn't delete photos or videos from your devices until you're sure that your stuff has backed up to Dropbox, the company warns.

Dropbox says it is in touch with Apple, and are working together to come up with a solution. Although the company hasn't given any time frame to fix the issue, it will keep you updated on its blog and on Twitter (@dropbox_support) as soon as a full fix is ready. Meanwhile, you can use the Dropbox desktop application to upload your photos and videos.

iOS 8, which started rolling out to devices worldwide earlier today, is compatible with iPhone 4s and later, iPad 2 and later, any iPad mini, and fifth generation iPod touch.