Jan 6, 2020
Apple's iPhone XR has O2 network problem
O2 has confirmed one of Apple's most popular iPhones is not working as it should on the company's network. The iPhone XR completely lost signal several times a day, some O2 customers said on Twitter. "We're working closely with our partners to resolve an intermittent issue affecting some of our customers using iPhone XR," an O2 spokeswoman told the BBC. "We thank any customers affected for their patience." O2 customer Jim Buckley told BBC News he had first noticed a network issue on 16 December. Released in October 2018, the iPhone XR costs £629 for the basic 64GB version and £679 for the 128GB version.
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