Apple iPhone 14 Plagues With Problems, Company Admits Issues – Investors King Ltd

Following the launch of the globally publicized iPhone 14, Apple has come out to admit that there were indeed technical issues with the new device.
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Following the launch of the globally publicized iPhone 14, Apple has come out to admit that there were indeed technical issues with the new device.
The new revelation has dashed the hope of millions that went out of their way to queue for hours in order to lay a hand on the iPhone 14.
Across platforms like Reddit, Apple Support and MacRumors have been flooded with complaints from users of the iPhone 14 device.
These users disclosed that they are faced with problems such as Camera shaking, iMessage, Face Time, Data migration amongst others. These defects have so far been confirmed and admitted by Apple, as they claim that they are working to fix the problems.
In a new support document, Apple admitted that “iMessage and FaceTime might not complete activation on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro” as the company acknowledges that issues may still occur, even after update to the latest iOS 16.0.1.
In a breakdown of these problems, Apple disclosed that after users have finished setting up their iPhone, they might still experience one or more of the following issues listed below;
Despite pointing out these issues plaguing the iPhone 14, Apple admits that there are no current official fixes noting that these bugs are not listed in the iOS 16.0.1 release notes, as it suggests users proceed to backup steps if they are still having issues after updating.
The company further stated that support staff should not create a repair case for these issues. Although while speaking with Bloomberg, Apple has confirmed it is working on a fix for the camera flaw in iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models, which makes the phone’s primary camera lens physically shake when used in third-party apps.

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The largest Telecommunication company in Africa, MTN has partnered with Ericsson for its 5G network in Nigeria. 
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MTN Nigeria has partnered with a world-renowned telecommunications hardware, software and service provider, Ericsson to launch 5G technology and Radio Access Network in Nigeria. 
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of MTN Nigeria, Karl Toriola said that MTN will combine the strength it used to expand its 2G, 3G and 4G networks to expand its 5G network across the country in the coming months. 
Toriola also recognised the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, Professor Isa Pantami for his role and leadership in his capacity as minister which has been beneficial to the telecommunication industry.
It will be recalled that in December 2021, MTN and Mafab Communications Limited won the bid for the 5G spectrum auctioned by the Nigerian Communications Commission at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja.
The partnership with Ericsson will help MTN to provide revolutionised 5G network services to its numerous customers in Nigeria. The 5G network will be critical in unlocking the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Virtual Reality for millions of users in Nigeria. 
Hossam Kandeel, Vice President of Ericsson Middle East and Africa was quoted to have said ” We (Ericsson) are proud to be a part of Nigeria’s 5G digital transformation that has only just begun.
“With connectivity being the backbone of digitization, we are committed to delivering the best service to our partners at MTN Nigeria to support them in this thrilling journey.”
On his part, MTN Chief Technical Officer (CTO), Mr Muhammed Rufai who also witnessed the event said “5G will revolutionise the way we live and communicate across industries. With the speed 5G offers, we will be able to experience the Internet with low latency, which means no lag, making our virtual interactions more real.
“At MTN, we will continue to pursue the rollout of 5G technology to revolutionise Internet access across the continent.” 
 

Nigeria’s leading payments service provider Flutterwave has enabled Google Pay on its platform just a week after adding eNaira wallet. 
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Nigeria’s leading payments service provider Flutterwave has enabled Google Pay on its platform just a week after adding the eNaira wallet
Flutterwave merchants can now accept payments via Google Pays from countries where the Google Wallet app is available.
Google Pay is a mobile payment service developed by Google to power in-app, online, and in-person contactless purchases on mobile devices. This new payment option will enable users to make payments with Android phones, tablets, watches, and other devices. Through Google Pay, customers can make payments using the phone instead of a bank card or cash.
As seen on the company’s page, “In today’s business environment, the more payment methods you accept as a business, the more possibilities you give yourself to grow your revenue.
“We are happy to announce Google Pay as a payment option for Flutterwave merchants granting them the ability to afford convenience for customers to make payments with Google Pay in the countries that it is available”.
Also speaking on the recent collaboration, founder and CEO of Flutterwave, Olugbenga ‘GB’ Agboola said, “The continued and rapid growth of Flutterwave is due to our commitment to building a platform with simplified payments for everyone.
“The Google Pay payment option will attract more international customers and increase the current success rates for businesses on Flutterwave.
“Integrating with Google pay will allow users across the globe to participate in the booming e-commerce ecosystem in Africa. It will enable us to further fulfill our promise of creating endless possibilities for all”.
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Bamboo has entered Ghana to enable Ghanaians access foreign stocks and invest in foreign companies in their local currency
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An investment platform that unlocks global markets for Africans, Bamboo has entered Ghana to enable Ghanaians access foreign stocks and invest in foreign companies in their local currency.
The fintech company secured a $15 million investment fund in a series A round in January  2022, with the CEO disclosing the company’s plan to expand operations to Ghana.
Ahead of its launch in Ghana, Bamboo has partnered with 10th Capital Investments, a private equity firm focused on investing in viable prospects across Africa, and it also revealed that it has already received a No Objection Letter from Ghana’s Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to operate in the country.
Through Bamboo’s US digital investing partner, DriveWealth LLC, the firm assures users that all accounts can claim insurance of up to $500,000 via the US Securities Investor Protection Corporation (SIPC). With regulations and insurance in place, Bamboo is ready to make retail investment a norm in Ghana.
Speaking on Bamboo’s expansion in Ghana, the CEO, and Co-founder of Bamboo, Richmond Bassey said “We believe strongly that all Africans should earn a return on their investments and build intergenerational wealth.
“That’s why we created Bamboo: we wanted to create an easy and secure way for everyday Africans to invest in the U.S. stock market, and eventually, in all types of asset classes,”
Commenting on the partnership, Chief Operating Officer, Albert Asiamah, disclosed that working with Bamboo was a result of their experience and track record enabling investments in Nigeria.
He said, “We’re thrilled to work with Bamboo to bring Ghanaians the opportunity to invest in the U.S. and eventually the local stock market. Their impeccable track record in Nigeria, stellar product, and educational tools make them an ideal collaborator.” 
Since its launch in 2020, Bamboo has grown in popularity with retail investors, claiming over 300,000 accounts in Nigeria. Its users can invest in stocks in the U.S., China, Europe, Canada, Latin America and many more.





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