The iPhone 14 Series: A New Bug, it will cause the phone to freeze!

Since Apple released the new iPhone 14 series, in addition to bringing some freshness to the initial smart island, after the release, only users continue to complain and the frequent problems of the iPhone 14 series itself.

The iPhone 14 Series: A New Bug, it will cause the phone to freeze!

Recently, Apple admitted another iOS 16 bug affecting iPhone 14 users, this time bug will cause the user's iPhone to not recognize the SIM card and cause the phone to freeze.

Apple acknowledges that some users of the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max may see a "SIM not supported" pop-up message on their phones. After displaying that pop-up message, the iPhone may freeze completely, according to the memo. According to Apple, it is looking into the issue, noting that it is not a hardware issue and advising users to update their software as soon as possible.

 Until the investigation is complete, Apple recommends that users wait a few minutes after seeing this message to see if it disappears. If not, users should go to an Apple retail store or an authorized service provider for technical assistance instead of trying to restore the device.

The iPhone 14 Series: A New Bug, it will cause the phone to freeze!

When the iPhone 14 series was just released, there was a bug that the new phone could not activate. After discovering the issue, Apple said, "iOS 16 has a known issue that may affect activation of devices using open Wi-Fi networks." To solve this problem, Apple has proposed a solution. When users initialize iOS, they need to select "Connect to a Mac or PC with iTunes" when prompted to connect to a Wi-Fi network, then return to the previous screen and try again using Wi-Fi, until the activation is successful.

And Apple rolled out the iOS 16.0.1 update on release day, which fixes activation and migration issues during setup. If you are having trouble activating your iPhone 14, you may need to upgrade to iOS 16.0.1 with your Mac or PC to fix this bug and activate your new iPhone. Another problem is that the iMessage and FaceTime of new phone users may not be activated, which requires users to update their devices to iOS 16.0.1.

 But how can users upgrade the system if they cannot activate the device? It can only be said that the iPhone 14 was not successful, and later encountered problems including camera vibration. These issues were all resolved in subsequent iOS 16 updates. Apple is currently testing iOS 16.1 with developers and public beta testers, which is expected to be released by the end of this month.

The iPhone 14 Series: A New Bug, it will cause the phone to freeze!

Coincidentally, iPadOS 16 was originally released together with iOS, but this time it was postponed to the end of October because of too many system problems. The main reason is that Apple has added a new function of pre-stage scheduling in iPadOS 16, resulting in constant system problems, far from reaching the standard that can be fully pushed, so Apple will directly launch iPadOS 16.1 at the end of the month instead of iPadOS 16.

In addition, there are many problems with the AirPods Pro2 released by Apple this year. Soon after this product went on sale, some users found that it had a disconnection problem. Some AirPods Pro 2 users have reported that the headset will suddenly disconnect from the device when listening to music and watching videos, no matter what device it is.

The iPhone 14 Series: A New Bug, it will cause the phone to freeze!

There is also feedback from some users that there may be a bug where the phone shows that the AirPods Pro is connected but not actually. At present, these problems occur occasionally or randomly, and no specific cause has been found yet, and Apple has not given a clear fix.

It was later discovered that the AirPods Pro 2 had a pesky audio drift issue that occurred even when features like Apple's spatial audio and dynamic head tracking were disabled. The headset suffers from audio drift, with the audio moving back and forth between earbuds and out of sync with the video (the audio does not match the mouth shape of the person speaking in the video).

Apple's performance in software this year is really hard to believe that this is something made by Apple. There are piles of bugs, and the full push without verification has caused a huge blow to the software experience of iOS 16 and other devices. It is hoped that Apple can start to solve these problems by the end of this year, at least so that the problems of the device will no longer affect the daily use of users.

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