One of the problems seen on both old and new devices is on signal dropping. It’s when the device couldn’t establish a stable connection from the cell tower due to some signal barriers, signal interference, or poor reception. In case you will bump into the same problem on your new iPhone XS, I’ve outlined some
“No service, SOS only, Searching…” are the usual labels that appear on the status bar of an iPhone whenever it fails to establish network signal. When this happens, you won’t be able to make or receive phone calls, SMS/text messages, or connect to the Internet through cellular data. Given that it affects the core functions
When your #Apple #iPhone6 shows a No Service prompt in the status bar, it usually denotes a network issue that results to your phone’s inability to make or receive calls and text messages. With this status, you too won’t be able to access the Internet unless you are using a wireless network on your device.
Intermittent network connection or signal drops could be due to a problem on your device if not with your network service provider. When this happens, you’ll get to see No Service error and you cannot send or receive text messages, make or receive phone calls or connect to the Internet unless through Wi-Fi. Indeed it’s