Apple released iOS 14.7.1 a few weeks ago, which included a remedy for the Apple Watch unlock problem as well as a security hole that might have been actively exploited. Some iPhone users in this version are now receiving a coverage notification from their carriers that says “No Service.”
Restarting the phone, deleting the SIM card, and even changing network settings haven’t worked for some users. This problem has been going on for at least a couple of weeks, according to Apple’s Developer Forum and Discussion forum.
One of the iOS 14.7.1 users writes:
After I update my iPhone 11 to iOS 14.7.1 I lost signal. Carrier is not found. No service is flashing on upper screen.
Similar issues were observed by iPhone 6s, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, and iPhone 11 users. One of the users said,
Same problem. iPhone 6S, despite doing all the ons and offs, resetting the network settings, my phone is no longer a phone. This is great.
Hugo Maestá, a developer, said on Twitter that his iPhone 8 is unable to find service and that the “Cellular” tab is completely blank.
Users who notice “No Service” or “Searching” on their iPhones and iPads should visit Apple’s help website. The following are some of the suggestions:
–To enable or disable cellular data
–Restart your computer.
–Look for an update to your carrier’s settings.
–Remove the SIM card.
–Your network settings should be reset.
–Upgrade your iPhone or iPad.
–Make contact with the carrier.
Despite the fact that iOS 14.7.1 customers claimed to have done everything listed above, they were unable to locate carrier coverage.
Although Apple has yet to release a beta, it would make more sense if the firm just released iOS 14.7.2 with a patch.