Apple admits to SIM card bugs in some models of the ‘iPhone 14’ series… Initiate an investigation

Apple has acknowledged a bug in iOS 16 related to SIM card support that occurs in some models of the latest iPhone 14 series, foreign media reported on the 17th (local time), citing MacRumors.

According to a memo obtained by MacRumors, Apple acknowledged a bug that caused a pop-up message saying “SIM not supported” on some models of the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

On some models, the iPhone is said to freeze completely after a pop-up message is displayed. Apple has launched an investigation into the issue, saying it is not a hardware issue. Apple also advises customers to wait a few minutes to see if the pop-up message disappears.

Meanwhile, since the iPhone 14 series, a number of bugs have been reported, including camera vibration issues, but all have been resolved in subsequent iOS 16 updates. Apple is expected to release iOS version 16.1 with other bug fixes by the end of this month.