Some Apple users have recently complained about the “SIM not supported” error on the iPhone 14. Apple has now acknowledged the issue and says it is investigating the issue. According to a note seen by MacRumours, Apple acknowledges a SIM-related bug in some iPhone 14 devices. The note says that the iPhone may freeze completely after seeing a pop-up message on the screen. The Cupertino company said it was a software problem, not a hardware one. In the message, Apple advises its users [to keep their phone’s software up to date.
Apple says customers should wait for the pop-up to disappear. If it doesn’t, they shouldn’t try to reset the phone. Instead, customers must head to an Apple Store or authorized service provider for technical assistance to resolve the issue.
Apple recently released the iOS 16.0.3 update for eligible iPhones. The update provides bug fixes and also brings important security updates for iPhones. It is suitable for Apple iPhone 8 and above and is 1GB in size. It also fixes an issue where the Mail application crashes after receiving a malformed email. The latest iOS update also brings improvements to the Apple iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The update has already started rolling out. To check if your iPhone has received the said update, you can go to Settings > General > Software Update.
Including issues fixed with iOS 16.0.3 on iPhones
– Incoming call and app notifications may be delayed or not delivered on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max
– Low microphone volume may occur during CarPlay phone calls on iPhone 14 models
– Camera may launch or switch between modes slowly on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max
– Mail crashes on startup after receiving a malformed email