IPhone users say an iOS virus is blocking FaceTime and iMessages

Apple is once again in the spotlight, but this time for the wrong reasons. Users of Apple phones have reported a major problem that has turned off FaceTime, iMessage, and, in some cases, full SIM functions. This term is currently only known to occur with phones that have an eSIM – a digital SIM inserted into the iPhone motherboard in the form of a chip. In 2018, Apple introduced the eSIM to the iPhone with the release of the iPhone XR and XS. The eSIM has two main advantages: easy to set up and allows you to use two phone numbers on one phone using both physical and eSIM. With the iPhone 13, Apple removed the requirement for a case.

Many Apple users went on Twitter to express their frustration with this new virus. Responding to a tweet about the problem, user Chistopher Munz said, “It is surprising that it raised this story. Last week my esim for T-Mobile on my 13 pro max in the middle of the day activated itself and in plans continue to try to play again but say no service and esim says the phone is not allowed. ”It is interesting that you bring this story up. Last week my esim for T-Mobile on my 13 pro max in the middle of the day activated itself and in settings trying to restart but said no service and esim said the phone is not allowed. To get T-Mobile from…

Another user @vhanagwal said “Yes, I actually had the same word a few weeks ago with my eSIM and it needs to change to physical as well. And, it takes a lot of people to tell me that they have been receiving messages through my iCloud email for weeks. Sorry. ” Yes, I actually did the same thing a few weeks ago with my eSIM and it needs to switch to a physical one too. And, it takes a lot of people to tell me that they have been receiving messages through my iCloud email for weeks. Pain.

User @ zazzinho13 provides information stating “1/2 Yes, not only limited to eSim but it is a problem of the service in general. I have changed my carrier number but there is no way to reset the services on that phone number. I definitely have only used the physical SIM. I even replaced the new SIM with another new SIM ”2/2 within 72 hours but the problem persists. I am writing from Italy and my manufacturer is Vodafone. No one knows what to tell me. He went on to say “2/2 within 72 hours but the problem remains. I am writing from Italy and my manufacturer is Vodafone. No one knows what to say to me. ”

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