Apple users are currently reporting a web bug affecting iMessage and FaceTime. Accordingly, both functions are deactivated until you register a new SIM or eSIM. Fortunately, there is a pretty clear case for users in Germany at the moment.
- eSIM error Iphone Suddenly disables iMessage and FaceTime
- The solution requires activation of a new SIM / eSIM
The bug became known to the general public after he discovered it Bloomberg journalist Described in more detail by Mark Gorman on Twitter has become. According to Gorman, the problem can only be solved by going to the official store of the respective mobile operator and activating a physical SIM card. Other reports suggest that removing and resetting the eSIM was also able to fix the problem.
Test the wrong journalist with one T-Mobile tariffbut responses to his Twitter post indicate that the same issue was also affecting customers of AT&T, Verizon and prepaid provider Lyca Mobile, as well as phone lines in India (Airtel), the UK (Vodafone), Poland and Italy.
Gurman reports that the error is already in a file Previous iOS 15.4 as well as in Current version 15.5.1 And 15.6 Beta 1 is in development. Apple hasn’t officially confirmed the bug yet, but a A comment on Twitter says the company is aware of the issue and is working to fix it.
Have you ever encountered this error on a German iPhone? If so, how did you solve the problem?
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