Reportedly many iPhone 7 users have been facing a “No Service” issue for over the past year. According to the reports, it is a” No Service” bug which has impacted certain iPhone 7 models.
Thankfully, Apple has finally acknowledged the issue and it has noted that “a small percentage” of iPhone 7 models will claim no service even when service is available.
However according to Apple the issue cannot be fixed via a software update as the issue results from a faulty logic board. Consequently the device will have to be physically repaired by Apple.
But users should not worry about repairs, as Apple has said that it will repair the device for free. For users who have already aid for such repairs at the Genius Bar will be appropriately reimbursed.
According to the company, the devices which are most likely to be affected by the issue are the models made between September 2016 and February 2018, particularly those sold in the US, China, Japan, Hong Kong, or Macao.
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