How to Fix iPhone No Service After iOS Update with 5 Solutions

iPhone no service after iOS upgrade? This guide will tell you some useful solutions to fix the annoying iOS service issues on iPhone.

Author Avatar Joy Taylor Last Updated: Mar. 21, 2022

Many users met annoying problems after updating to iOS 10, iOS 11, or the latest iOS 12, like Wi-Fi not working, Bluetooth issues, touch screen problems, etc. We have already talked about the above issues in the previous guides. And here we will give you some suggestions on how to fix iPhone no service issue.

Last year, users complained that their iPhone says no service after iOS 11 upgrade, on almost any model, iPhone 7/6s/6/5s/5c, especially for T-Mobile customers. This year, quite a few users also say that after they have updated their iPhone to iOS 11 and also the carrier settings, then the iPhone went wrong. Don’t worry, to help you out, here we list some basic solutions to help you fix the iPhone no service issue after iOS update, no matter for iOS 11 or even iOS 12.

Also Read: The Most Common iOS 12 Problems and Solutions >

How to Fix iPhone No Service After iOS 11/12 Update

Solution 1: Check the Carrier settings. Go to Settings > General > About to make it. If the update is available, then choose to update.

Solution 2: Check your Cellular settings. You can first turn off Cellular Data, and then turn it on after a few seconds.

Solution 3: Reinsert your SIM card. Take out your SIM card and reinsert it.

Solution 4: Reset Network Settings. Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings.

Solution 5: Reset your device. Press and hold down the Home button and wake/sleep button until the Apple logo appears. For iPhone 7 users please press Home button and “Volume Down” button to make it. For iPhone 8/X users: press and quickly release the “Volume Up” button, then press and quickly release the “Volume Down” button, finally press and hold the “Power” button.

Also Read: How to Transfer Data from iPhone to iPhone >

The Bottom Line

Hope this guide can help you fix iOS 11 no service issue on iPhone X/8/7/SE/6s/6/5s successfully. If you have any new idea, please share it in the Comment Section.

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