Apple has said it is working on a fix to resolve signal outages and difficulties making and receiving calls on iPhone XR for customers using the O2 network, according to the BBC News.
Yesterday it emerged that poor cellular data connectivity and issues leading to messages failing to be sent and received were plaguing O2 customers using the iPhone XR in the United Kingdom, with many reporting that are unable to make or receive calls.
O2 has reportedly advised some customers that the fault is due to Apple’s recently released iOS 13.3 software update, which launched almost a month ago. Within a statement today, Apple said it was aware of the issue and a fix will be rolled out within a future software update.
We are aware of an issue causing intermittent network connectivity effecting some O2 customers, and we will have a fix in an upcoming software release.
The fix will likely arrive within a couple of days given the nature of the bug.