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30 Oct, 2023
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Users have experienced an NFC malfunction in the iPhone 15 after using BMW wireless chargers, and Apple is taking steps to fix it.

According to a recent report from MacRumors, a memo sent by Apple to third-party repair providers reveals an upcoming software update expected later this year. This update is intended to prevent the iPhone 15's NFC chips from temporarily disabling "a small number" of car wireless chargers.

Apple has advised users not to use wireless chargers in their cars until a software fix is released. Complaints about BMW wireless chargers causing problems with Apple Pay and BMW's digital key feature have appeared on various platforms, including Reddit, the Apple support community, and MacRumors forums.

BMW had previously indicated awareness of the issue, with the BMW UK X account responding to a complaint by stating that the company was collaborating with Apple to investigate the matter.