Apple today released iOS 14.7 beta 2 for developers, and while bugs and other weird issues are quite common in beta software, they can sometimes make your device almost useless. According to some reports, the current beta appears to be causing a “SIM error” error for iPhone users.
Based on a few reports on Twitter and others shared directly with 9to5Mac, there seems to be a common bug in the second beta version of iOS 14.7 that results in a “SIM error” message right after the installation of the update.
In addition to the error message, users cannot make or receive calls or use mobile data on the iPhone after the update. At least based on the reports we have received, the error seems to affect iPhone users with eSIM instead of regular SIM.
It is unknown what caused the error, but unfortunately it does not seem to be a solution to this problem. If you are running the first beta version of iOS 1
If you have already downloaded iOS 14.7 beta 2 but have not yet installed the update, here is a review of how to cancel the update:
- To open Settings app
- Go to General
- Press iPhone storage
- Look for iOS 14.7 beta 2 in the list and press it
- Select Delete update
Have you also been affected by the “SIM error” error after updating to iOS 14.7 beta 2? Let us know in the comments below.
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