Many iPhone users have been reporting that Cellular/Mobile Data is not working on their iPhone. Due to this, they could not make or receive calls and send or receive messages. Let’s see how to fix this issue.
Solution 1 :- Enable Airplanes Mode and Disable it
First open control center or your iPhone and enable Airplane Mode. Then wait for a minute and disable it again.
Solution 2 :- Restart Your iPhone
Step 1: launch Settings app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Next tap on General.
Step 3: Now scroll down to bottom and tap on Shutdown.
Step 4: To turn off your iPhone, drag the Slide to Power off Slider to right side. Then wait for few seconds and turn it on back by pressing the power button until you see the Apple logo.
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Solution 3 :- Reset Network Settings
Reset the network settings resets your Wi-Fi Networks and Passwords. APN & VPN Settings and Cellular Settings. Make sure that you know your Wi-Fi passwords.
Step 1: Open Settings app.
Step 2: Next find and tap on General.
Step 3: Then tap on reset at bottom.
Step 4: Here tap on Reset Network Settings.
Next it will be prompted to enter the passcode of your iPhone.
Then tap Reset Network Settings in the pop-up window to confirm this process.
Solution 4 :- Remove the SIM Card and Re – insert it
Lots of iPhone users said that removing the SIM card from their iPhone and reinsert it solved the Mobile data issue. So give a try to check weather its working for you or not.
Solution 5 :- Force Restart Your iPhone
If you have iPhone 8, 10, 11, & 12 series and iPhone SE 2nd Generation do the following steps to force restart.
- First quickly press and release the Volume up button.
- Next quickly press and release the Volume down button.
- Finally press and hold the Side button until the Apple logo appears.
If you have iPhone 7 and 7 plus, do the following steps to force restart.
Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and Volume down button at the same time until you get the Apple logo on your iPhone screen.
If you have iPhone 6s Plus and Earlier Models, then do the following steps to force restart.
Press and hold the Home Button and Side Button at the same time until you see the Apple logo.
Solution 6 :- Update Your iPhone To Latest Version Of iOS
- Make sure that your iPhone is connected to WiFi. Then go to Settings.
- Next find and tap on General.
- Now tap on Software Update.
- If software update is available, tap Download and Install. Then enter the Passcode of your iPhone and follow the onscreen instructions.
Solution 7 :- Reset All Settings
This process reset your all customized settings default settings. But no data or media will be deleted.
- Open Settings app on your iPhone.
- Next tap on General.
- Scroll down to bottom and tap on Reset.
- Here you have to Reset All Settings.
- Next enter your iPhone’s password.
- In the pop-up window, tap Reset All Settings to confirm this process.