Apple iPhone users face yet another issue, this time with SIM
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Apple iPhone users face yet another issue, this time with SIM

    Posted by Rohit Yadav On 18-Oct-2022 09:56 AM

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Some Apple users have recently complained about SIM not supported errors on iPhone 14. Apple says it is aware of the issue and is looking into it. According to MacRumors' note, Apple has confirmed the SIM-related bug in some of its iPhone 14 devices. The note states that the iPhone can completely freeze after seeing his message pop up on the screen. The Cupertino-based company said it was a software problem, not a hardware one. In the note, Apple asks users to "Keep your phone's software up to date.


Apple says customers should wait until the popup disappears. If this doesn't happen, don't try to restore the phone. Instead, contact an Apple Retail Store or Authorized Service Provider for technical assistance in resolving your issue.

Recently, Apple rolled out the iOS 16.0.3 update to targeted iPhones. This update provides bug fixes and also brings important security updates to iPhone. It is suitable for Apple iPhone 8 and above and is 1 GB in size. It also fixes an issue where the Mail app crashes after receiving a corrupted 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 aforementioned update, go to Settings > General > Software Update.

Issues fixed with iOS 16.0.3 on iPhones included

  • Incoming call and app notifications may be delayed or not delivered on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max
  • Low microphone volume can occur during CarPlay phone calls on iPhone 14 models
  • Camera may be slow to launch or switch between modes on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max


This is not the first problem faced by the latest iPhone 14 series. Previously there was an issue regarding the OIS system in the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro Max which caused the primary camera to go haywire and cause audible noise (click here to read more about it).

After some time users also reported the issue with the wireless charging in the iPhone Pro models, in which the camera bump would not allow the phone to be placed smugly on a wireless charging pad.

Deep Fake Defense 101: Learn How to Stop the Spread of Deceptive Videos

In recent times, video calls have become a popular way for people to connect with their loved ones or colleagues across the globe. However, it's important to be cautious during video calls, as advancements in technology, particularly artificial intelligence (AI), have made it easier for fraudsters to deceive unsuspecting individuals. A case in point is an incident in northern China where a man fell victim to an AI-driven video call scam involving deepfake technology. Using AI-powered face-swapping, the scammer posed as the victim's close friend during the call and convinced him to transfer a significant amount of money. The victim realized he had been duped when his real friend expressed no knowledge of the call. Fortunately, local police were able to recover most of the stolen money and are actively working to trace the remaining amount. To combat the growing threat of AI-driven scams, China has implemented new rules to provide legal protection for victims and has been tightening its scrutiny of such technology. Now the question arises, how can one spot a fake video call? Here are some signs to watch out for: Video quality: Fake videos often have poor quality. Look for watermarks or other indications that the video is sourced online. Contact information: Verify if the caller is on your contact list and if the displayed name matches the contact information you have for that person. Video sizing: Pay attention to any distortion in the video proportions, as fake video calls may require resizing to fit the webcam window. Given the rise of AI-based scams in India, it is crucial for individuals to remain vigilant and exercise caution during video and voice calls. A study revealed that India has the highest number of victims, with 83% of Indians falling prey to fraudulent activities. Deepfake technology has become a concern in recent years. It involves the use of AI to create realistic yet fake videos or images by collecting and mimicking visual and audio data of the target individual, often obtained from publicly available sources like social media. In summary, staying alert and being aware of the signs of a fake video call can help protect individuals from falling victim to AI-driven scams.

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