The iPhone 14 'SIM not supported' bug has been fixed, but it isn't perfect

The iPhone 14 'SIM not supported' bug has been fixed, but it isn't perfect ...

If you have a problem with the iOS 16s ''SIM not supported'' on your new iPhone, there''s good news, as Apple has explained how to fix it.

Some iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Plus, and iPhone 14 Pro Max users are all running Apple''s iOS 16 software. Users report seeing a message warning them that their SIM is not supported, and after this their device freezes, making it impossible for a while.

According to MacRumors (opens in a new tab), Apple advises that you wait a few minutes to see if the message disappears and your iPhone unfreezes. If that does not happen, it advises that you do not attempt to restore the device, and instead head to an Apple Store or your service provider to assist.

Apple claims that this is rather a software issue than a hardware flaw, so that it shouldn''t be long before it may implement a fix via an iOS update.

Reparate your iPhone sooner rather than later.

The iPhone 14 range has experienced a fair share of problems since its release.

Users started complaining about the cameras being shaking when used with third-party software. Thankfully, iPhone 14 Pro owners discovered a cause quite quickly, but not long after. Their iPhones would restart all on their own and at random while using MagSafe charging, and some Verizon customers were experiencing 5G connectivity issues.

If you wait, you''ll be able to get your phone repaired or replaced at an Apple Store. Generally, phones will be under warranty in the first few weeks and months after purchase, so be sure to get any problem checked out immediately, and the problems persist, then you may have to pay a fine for a replacement.

If you have had enough of the iPhones bugs, you may try and return the smartphone and get a different device from our picks for the best phone of 2022.