Warn Apple users! Company Confirms SIM Bug Affecting iPhone 14 Lineup


New Delhi: Apple has confirmed that iOS 16’s SIM bug affects iPhone 14 users. The tech giant acknowledges that a message saying “SIM not supported” may appear on iPhone 14 series devices, MacRumors reports. The smartphone may freeze completely once the pop-up message is displayed. The company claimed to be investigating the issue, adding that there is no hardware problem, advising customers to keep their software up to date.

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Apple recommended that users wait for a while to see if the warning disappears and not try to restore the device if it doesn’t. Previously, the company had fixed a bug in the iOS 16 update that prevented some customers from activating new iPhone 14 devices. The iOS 16.0.1 update fixes the activation or migration issues faced by new iPhone users.

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The company had sent a memo to customers saying that “there is a known issue with iOS 16 that could affect device activations on open Wi-Fi networks.” The tech giant said there are currently no official fixes and that support staff should “not make a repair (case) for the problem”.

In a separate support update, the company said that if you have a problem with Messages or FaceTime after setting up your new iPhone, “update to the latest version of iOS to fix the problem.”

“iMessage and FaceTime may not complete activation on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. To fix this, you need to update to the latest version of iOS,” Apple said.





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