How To Fix No Service and WiFi on iPhone After Updating


Hi Everyone, Aaron here for ZolloTech and
many people seem to be having issues with cellular connectivity and wifi in the United
States and around the world with iOS 12.1.3 or since updating to that. Now this seems to be more specific to the
iPhone X, XS, XS Max and iPhone XR. And I don’t know if that’s hardware related
specifically to the way the antenna is designed or if it’s something to do with the modem
or the software, but at this point Apple has yet to acknowledge that it is a problem. However, Sprint in the United States has said
that it’s an issue and many people have commented to me specifically saying that they have the
issue around the world. It seems to be more prominent in India, but
I’m not sure of which carrier is actually affected. Now if you’re having this issue, I wanted
to try and help you with a little workaround until this gets resolved at some point in
the future. Now the first thing you can do is go into
your control center and just turn on wifi, or Airplane mode to shut off wifi and everything
else and it will just reset your antennas and kind of start it back up again. Usually that doesn’t work though and if it
doesn’t the next thing you can do is go into settings. Then go to cellular and then turn cellular
data off and then turn it back on again and you may get service again and have data connectivity. Now there was a problem before with LTE connectivity
and speaking using voice over LTE and that was resolved by turning WiFi calling off. This does not seem to be that same issue. So again, turn off cellular data and turn
it back on. Then thirdly, the last resort you can do is
go into your settings, then go to general, then scroll down to the bottom. Go to reset and then reset network settings. Now this is a last resort because it will
probably will wipe your WiFi passwords. So you want o make sure you have that if you
do reset that because you’ll have to re-enter those most likely unless you have them saved
on a nearby Mac or something like that. So if you do wipe those settings just keep
that in mind, but this is a last resort, reset network settings. And hopefully it will fix the issue and bring
that connectivity back. Now I have not had the issue on T-Mobile in
the Unites States, but it does seem that many people are having this issue for some reason. And again I personally think it’s related
it hardware on the iPhone although it may be fixable with software. I don’t know, I’m not sure at this point and
again Apple has not acknowledged that there is still a problem. They did fix some issues with previous updates
and it seems there is different modem numbers in the last couple of updates including 12.1.3
and the beta that’s out currently with 12.2. But let me know if this fixed it for you. I’d love to hear if you have any fixes or
workaround or if this is a continuing problem for you and which device you have. Let us know in the comments below. And if this video helped you out, please give
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Danny Hutson

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