Some Verizon and AT&T’s iPhone 7 subscribers have been reporting that they regularly lose LTE connectivity on their iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Many Verizon customers who have bought the new iPhone 7/7 Plus are complaining about their cellular connectivity as their iPhone keep saying “No Service” in previously strong-signal areas.
iPhone 7 LTE Connectivity Issue
Other Verizon customers reported that their cellular connectivity continues to drop from LTE to 3G and then no service at all. They also reported that the LTE comes back after rebooting their phone. This LTE connectivity issue is surely a bug that needs to be resolved by either Apple or Verizon.
AT&T subscribers are also facing the same problem. The cellular connectivity seems to get stuck in 3G. Some subscriber reported that when they toggle the airplane mode, then LTE will come back. A software fix or carrier update is expected to arrive soon to fix this issue. However there are some tips you can try to fix the issue temporary, especially if you just can’t wait to get the official software fix from Apple or carrier update.
How to fix LTE connectivity issue on Verizon and AT&T
Here’s some tips you can do to fix LTE connectivity issue on iPhone 7. Please note that the tips below are temporary tips. The official software fix from Apple or carrier update is expected to arrive soon.
- Reset your iPhone 7
- Toggle Cellular Data off and on in your iPhone’s Settings. Simply go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data > Toggle Off. Next, toggle it back on.
- Toggle Airplane Mode on for 30 seconds
- Shut down LTE for a few minutes. Simply go to Settings > Cellular > Enable LTE > Off. Next you will need to turn it back on after a minute.
- Contact your carrier or Apple customer support to get help