iPhone 7 seems to have a pretty bad flaw according to recent reports. Looks like some users have been reporting ‘No Service’ messages after switching off Airplane Mode which can be a big issue for people and flight companies. This isn’t the first issue that we’ve seen involving the iPhone 7 in the past few days.
The past few weeks since Apple’s iPhone 7 release have not been kind to the Silicon Valley giant. The flagship device seems to make funny noises when it overheats and it also lacks a headphone jack, coaxing users into buying a $160 wireless headphone piece or buy a proprietary lightning cable from Apple. What’s more is that you can’t actually charge your device and listen to music at the same time which is a massive problem. Well, the wave of customer problems continues as users are reporting a fresh issue where toggling off Airplane Mode gives them a ‘No Service’ message, but it gets worse.
Apple iPhone 7 Airplane Mode Problems
According to iPhone 7 users, after they toggle off Airplane Mode all forms of connectivity get shut off on the iPhone 7, this means Bluetooth, carrier coverage, the internet, and everything else. The fix is pretty simple and obvious: restart your device or reinsert your SIM card. Apple has already acknowledged the issue but this sort of problem is something that should have been caught during the testing process which seems to be practically inexistent for Apple. This isn’t a problem with the iPhone 6s so it seems to be related to the hardware of the iPhone 7 and we’re curious to see how Apple will fix this huge problem.
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