Here’s how you can fix them
iPhone users started experiencing many technical glitches and connectivity issues after the iOS 17.2.1 update, forcing Apple company to state certain countries.
Apple has said in a press release in Japan and China that the update’s main focus was to fix a particular bug in iPhone which was draining battery at a faster pace. So, that bug was to be removed by the company.
However, a report by BGR said that the complaints from iPhone users who updated the new iOS have increased exponentially, mostly focused on problems based on the connection to the cellular network of their provider.
iPhone’s new iOS update causing connectivity issues
The new software update of iOS 17.2.1 is causing several technical glitches for various iPhone users, with many people not able to connect to their cellular network. As per the report, iPhone users posted their complaints regarding the same on Apple’s support community discussion platform.
One Apple user wrote on the platform, “After updating my iPhone last night to 17.2.1, I can no longer connect to my network provider. Tried the resets and still does not work! Very frustrating. Trusted Apple and iPhone for years, not so sure.”
There was a new problem experienced by the users their phones were overheating more frequently than earlier.
How to fix or solve these issues?
Some solutions were posted on the group Apple’s support community discussions to help iPhone users.
One of the most common solutions that was posted to factory reset the device after backing up the data.
Some users recommend installing the iOS 17.3 beta version for those experiencing technical errors. Installing this new software update has great potential to reduce the frequency of these technical errors.