Network connectivity issues like signal drops, poor reception, and no signal are among the most inevitable problems encountered by smartphone users. Network problems can occur to any smartphone, from basic to the highest tiered handsets like the iPhone SE. Despite the embedded advanced network technology for both wireless and cellular support, this small power iOS
One of the most inevitable issues in today’s smartphones is on network connectivity. It can occur to any phone regardless of range, status, and brand. Even those that are tagged among the high-end gadgets like Apple’s iPhone 6s can be susceptible to various types of network connectivity issues including signal loss, poor reception, signal dropping,
We have received complaints from our readers saying that the cellular signal keeps dropping on their iPhone XS Max and that’s what we need to address here. Having an unstable cellular signal is indeed troublesome. Not only that it affects core services such as calling and texting but can likewise destabilize Internet connection via cellular
Software updates are intended to offer benefits, particularly system enhancements. Although post-update problems are inevitable, device manufacturers still encourage people to implement updates. Otherwise, their devices would eventually become unstable and some functions would become obsolete. This therefore gives people no choice but to update their devices whenever a new firmware version is rolled out.
One of the emerging errors from Apple’s iOS 12 platform is the iOS 12 Cellular Update Failed error. When this error occurs, cellular services such as calling and texting are affected. Thus, something must be done to fix it as soon as possible. Many people encountered this error when attempting to download the latest iOS
You can share your Internet connection (cellular data connection) from your iPhone to your other Wi-Fi enabled devices using Personal Hotspot. It works by tapping into a cellular network and then sharing a data connection with other nearby devices wirelessly. With this feature, your iOS device creates a wireless network that is encrypted with a