Apple confirms the SIM not supported glitch on the iPhone 14, according to a message obtained by MacRumours. According to the memo, the iPhone may completely freeze after showing the pop-up notice on the screen. Follow stoptechy for more info.
Recently, several Apple consumers complained about the ‘SIM not supported’ glitch on the iPhone 14. Apple officially acknowledged the problem and said that it investigated. Apple confirms the SIM-related fault in certain iPhone 14 devices, according to a message obtained by MacRumours.
SIM not supported glitch on the iPhone 14
According to the memo, the iPhone may completely freeze after showing the pop-up notice on the screen. According to the Cupertino-based corporation, the problem is one of software rather than hardware. Apple recommends customers in the message to [keep their phone’s software up to date.
Customers should wait for the pop-up to vanish, according to Apple. If this does not occur, they should not attempt to restore the phone. Customers must instead visit an Apple Store or an authorised service partner to get technical help in order to remedy the issue.
Apple has sent the iOS 16.0.3 update to eligible iPhones. The update contains bug fixes as well as critical iPhone security upgrades. It has a 1GB storage capacity and is compatible with Apple iPhone 8 and subsequent smartphones. It also fixes the issue when the Mail app crashes after receiving a bad email. The latest iOS release also enhances the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The update is already delivered. To check whether your iPhone gotten the mentioned update, go to Settings > General > Software Update.
iOS 16.0.3 fixes a number of issues on iPhones.
- Incoming call and app notifications on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max may be delayed or not delivered.
- Low microphone volume may occur during CarPlay phone calls on iPhone 14 models.
- The camera on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max may be sluggish to start or switch settings.
- Mail fails on startup after receiving a bad email.