The Apple iPhone 14 series was only made available to consumers last week after being launched in markets all around the globe. But it appears some issues seem to plague the new phones.
Numerous consumers have flocked to social media to complain about numerous problems, specifically disrupting their brand-new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models.
The camera on third-party apps or a software bug is the common theme among all of them, notwithstanding their little severity.
The launch of the iPhone 14 has been rocky. Apple published iOS 16.0.1 particularly to solve concerns with the range’s photos, data migration, and authorization.
The business recently acknowledged new issues with FaceTime and iMessage. Apple also notes that “iMessage and FaceTime might not finish activation on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro”.
Setting up the new iPhone should be done as soon as possible. But a lot of iPhone 14 Pro users are stuck at the data transfer screen.
Some users claim that the iPhone 14 Pro “freezes up” or stops responding while transferring data.
When transferring data from another iPhone. There is an issue that prevents the phone from proceeding past an iCloud restoration and according to reports.
- Users may encounter one or more of the following issues after setting up their iPhone, according to Apple, which breaks out the concerns:
- Neither FaceTime calls nor iMessages can be received.
- When you send a message to another Apple device, a green message bubble appears in place of a blue one.
- In Messages, conversations appear as two distinct threads rather than one.
- People who receive your messages believe they are coming from the incorrect account, such as your email address if you chose your phone number.
The challenges are glaring, but the solution isn’t apparent. Apple advises customers to update to iOS 16.0.1 “to remedy this” in its support document, yet a) these bugs are not mentioned in the launched notes for iOS 16.0.1, and b) Apple provides backup procedures if you’re “still having troubles” after updating.
- Tap “Cellular” in the Settings application. Check to see if your phone line is activated. Make sure the phone number you want to use is chosen and switched on if you use multiple SIM cards.
- Tap “Messages” in the Settings application. Next, select “Send & Receive.”
- The phone number users want to use for Messages should be tapped.
- Return to the Settings app and select “FaceTime.”
- Select the phone number you want to use for FaceTime by tapping it.
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