Acknowledging the iOS 16 bug, Apple has clarified that it is not a hardware issue and the company is currently looking into the matter. The Cupertino company advises its users to keep their software up to date.
What to do if your iPhone 14 says ‘SIM not supported’
Although the investigation is still ongoing, Apple advised its users to take certain steps if they encounter the bug. Users should wait for a couple of minutes to check if the pop-up message disappears on its own. If not, users should not attempt to restore their device and instead visit an Apple Store or an authorized service provider qualified to receive and resolve a technical support request.
However, this is not the first iPhone 14 bug to haunt Apple. A few weeks ago, iPhone 14 Pro Max users complained that the camera vibrated when opening third-party apps. There were also issues with the 5G signal/ both issues were reportedly fixed with the update and we haven’t heard from them since.
Apple is currently working on the iOS 16.1 update, which is expected to launch later this month. The new update has a lot of variety New changes, features and bug fixes. Apple recently rolled out the iOS 16.0.3 update, which is likely to fix multiple bugs.