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May 21, 2016 at 1:04 am in reply to: iPad Pro Error 56 after updating iOS 9.3.2, how to fix? #28013
Here’s Apple’s official comment on the matter:
“We’re working on a fix for an issue impacting a small number of iPad units that are receiving an error when trying to update the software. We’ll issue an update as quickly as possible”May 19, 2016 at 4:45 am in reply to: iPad Pro Error 56 after updating iOS 9.3.2, how to fix? #28011
For this Error 56 message after installing the update, Apple has provided an official statement about the issue, where it says that affected customers should contact Apple support.
We’re looking into a small number of reports that some iPad units are receiving an error when updating the software,” an Apple spokesperson told iMore. “Those unable to restore their device through iTunes should contact Apple support.”
Apple has set up a Genius Bar appointment with the affected customers who reported about the problem.May 11, 2016 at 1:14 am in reply to: my macbook keeps freezing/crashing since updating to El Capitan #27995
Disconnect all the 3rd party crap you have attached to it, use it for a while just as it is out of the box, does it freeze?
Does it not freeze? Then it’s one of your 3rd party devices you have attached to it.May 10, 2016 at 12:22 pm in reply to: My iPhone actually say No SIM inserted, how this is going? #27990
In many cases, this problem is caused by your SIM card becoming slightly dislodged.
You can try:
1. Re-Seating the SIM Card
2. Update or restore your iOS firmware to the latest version
3. Enable then disable Airplane Mode
4. Check for Carrier Settings Update
Go to Settings app – General- About
If an update is available, a window will pop up. Tap it and follow the onscreen instructions.
5. Check if your account is available
It’s also possible that your phone company account isn’t valid. In order for your phone to be able to connect to a phone company network, you need a valid, active account with the phone company.
6. Test for a Malfunctioning SIM Card
If your iPhone still says it has no SIM, your SIM card could have a hardware malfunction. One way to test this is by using a SIM card from another cell phone and seeing what happens. Make sure to use the correct size—standard, microSIM, or nanoSIM—for your phone. If the No SIM Card Installed warning disappears, then your iPhone SIM is broken.