On the other hand, the interim administration is anticipated to increase gas prices in response to an IMF request. The government was required by the IMF to raise gas prices by 45–50%.
The administration has been extremely concerned about the rising petrol prices since protests have broken out across the nation.
Numerous consumers have complained that the NFC module in the latest iPhones is being ruined by wireless charging. Even if there haven’t been many cases documented, it’s impossible to discount the likelihood that these occurrences will continue.
Many users on X and in the MacRumors forums have discussed their struggles with difficulties during the Apple Pay setup. The NFC module may have stopped working, according to staff members who replaced their phones after asking for help at Apple Stores.
The afflicted individuals noticed that the faults started to appear after using wireless charging pads inside their BMW vehicles, which they believe to be the likely root cause of these problems. Additionally, it wasn’t a silent ordeal because occasionally the phones went into data recovery mode.
The replacement phones also experienced NFC module failures, proving that this wasn’t a unique incident that only affected one particular device. Prior iPhone models had not presented these users with such challenges.
Currently, the majority of these reports come from iPhone 15 Pro owners who drive BMWs. One user who drives a 2023 Toyota Supra, however, reported experiencing a similar failure with Apple Pay on their iPhone 15 Pro.
It’s best to avoid using the wireless charging function in your BMW if you drive one and have an iPhone 15 Pro or 15 Pro Max, at least until Apple and BMW can identify the underlying issue. Even while the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus models do not currently seem to have the same problem, being cautious can still be a wise move.