Apple released the new beta 2 of iOS 14.7 in the evening but more and more users are reporting an important anomaly resulting in an error SIM failure.
As reported by 9to5mac, the error has been reported repeatedly by various users via twitter. The error seems to be followed by the inability to make and receive calls. At the moment this anomaly seems to afflict mainly eSIMs compared to the physical ones, however, it is not possible at the moment to exclude any track.
If you have not yet updated your iPhone, we advise you to wait for the release of a new corrective version which could arrive within a few hours. In fact, at the moment the causes of this error are unknown and there seems to be no way to solve the problem independently. It will therefore be up to the Cupertino company to promptly intervene with a corrective fix.
Updated iPhone and now there is SIM failure. 😡😡
– Guttu (@GuttuG) June 2, 2021
iOS 14.7 beta 2 is a problem with chip activation.
Honestly, you are not porque instalo betas ainda … pic.twitter.com/33B9z4114J
– Vinícius Porto (@vinnitec) June 2, 2021
If you have already downloaded the update but you haven’t installed it yet, we suggest you remove it by following this procedure:
- Open the app Settings
- Enter now in General
- Log in to Space iPhone
- Search the list iOS 14.7 Developer Beta 2
- Plugged and then subsequently plugged up Delete