Tuesday, 6 February 2018

Apple says some iPhone 7s show No Service when they shouldnt, will repair them for free

Does your iPhone 7 say “No Service” when you’re oh-so-certain the signal is fine? Good report! You might be totally right.

Reports and rumors of a “No Service” glitch impacting iPhone 7s ought to have floating around for well over a year now -- and as of this afternoon, Apple is acknowledging the issue.

The company says it’s determined that “a small percentage” of iPhone 7s will claim no busines even when service is available.

The bad news: it’s not an easy repair. A software update won’t assistance this time. Apple says the above issues stems from a inaccurate reasoning committee, which means they’ll have to physically amend your device.

The less-bad news: Apple will amend it free of charge, and if you’ve paid for such a fixing once at the Genius Bar, they’ll refund you. You can find details on that now.( One catch: if your device’s screen is busted, you’ll need to pay to have that secured before they can get inside .)

Apple says maneuvers acquired between September 2016 and February 2018( mostly the entire lifespan of the iPhone 7) might be impacted, particularly those sold in the US, China, Japan, Hong Kong, or Macao.

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