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IPhone 5S and 5C Will Soon Start Running on UK’s O2 Carrier

IPhone 5S and 5C Will Soon Start Running on UK’s O2 Carrier

iPhone 5S and 5C does not support 02 4G network

It’s been almost a month that iPhone 5S and 5C are out in the market, and millions of people from all over the world are buying before the stock runs out, but in UK, the things have been really different for O2 users, as both of these phones were not able to recognize company’s 4G network.

O2 is known to be UK’s biggest phone carrier, but the irony is iPhone 5S and 5C cannot run on company’s 4G network. In a news conference, company’s official said that they don’t have the required information that is needed in order to run these phones on their network; hence anyone who has bought an iPhone 5S or 5C from O2 is stuck with “No Network Connection” error.

Besides that, the company official also said that the users have to wait for another few weeks, as Apple is on its way to send them with the updates that would allow O2 users to run 4G network on their iPhone 5S and 5C.

After getting the updates from Apple Inc, people will need to update their career settings as well via iTunes or Wi-Fi in order to make O2’s network to be running on their phone.

Surely it’s almost a month that iPhone 5S and 5C are in the market, and the company is still asking for few more weeks (probably a month), before you can make the most out of these phones.

Rumors also has it that iOS 7.0.3 update will be out in a week, as Apple has already moved it forward for testing, and most probably after this new update this problem would definitely be resolved!

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