A number of BMW car users stressed the need to avoid wireless charging of iPhone 15 phones in BMW cars, in order to avoid malfunctioning of the “Apple Pay” chip.
Users of the new iPhone 15 phones from Apple, who own BMW cars, began registering complaints confirming that the “Apple Pay” chip was broken when using the car’s wireless charger.
User complaints have continued recently via MacRumors and the
The NFC chip operates the Apple Pay payment service and digital car keys, and when the chip malfunctions, the user receives a message confirming that it is impossible to set up Apple Pay in the Wallet application. Users also confirmed that the problem cannot be fixed.
It is noteworthy that the reports did not reveal the BMW car models that lead to this problem, but the details confirm that it is necessary to avoid wireless charging for the iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max phones, as well as the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus phones, in BMW cars at the present time.