How to fix iPhone 11 cellular data issues

iPhone 11 is one of the best phones on the market. But, no matter how amazing the phone is, it doesn’t mean it won’t have any issues. Even the best phones come with some bugs. The good thing is that you can fix the majority of them on your own, with some simple tricks. In this article, we are going to show you how to fix iPhone 11 cellular data issues.

See also: How to fix iPhone GPS issues

How to fix iPhone 11 cellular data issues

Solution 1: Toggle Airplane mode

We always suggest that you start with the simplest things. In this case, it would be to toggle Airplane mode. So, what you need to do is head to Settings and turn the Airplane mode on. Leave it like that for a minute or two, and turn it back off. You would be amazed to know how many users fixed the issue this way. Give it a shot.

Solution 2: Toggle Cellular data

Another thing that is also super simple is to disable Cellular data, and then enable it again. Go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular data. Turn off this option and then turn it back on.

Solution 3: Restart your iPhone 11

Whenever you experience some issues with your device, it is advisable to restart it. A restart can be pretty useful when it comes to cellular data problems.

Solution 4: Re-insert your SIM card

To make sure the SIM card is not damaged, use the SIM card tool that came with your device and eject the card. See if it has any damage. If it does, contact your carrier and replace the card.

Solution 5: Carrier settings update

Carrier settings updates are significant as well, and from time to time, you should check if there are some, especially if you are experiencing cellular data issues. Go to Settings > General, tap About. If there is an update, you will get a pop-up message. Tap Update.

Solution 6: Update the software

Software updates bring bug fixes, and that is the main reason why you should regularly update iOS. Also, they bring new features. To update the software, go to Settings > General > Software update. Tap Download and Install.

Solution 7: Reset network settings

By doing this, all the network settings will be restored to factory defaults. This can fix all kinds of network issues, including Bluetooth or Wi-Fi-related ones. Here is what you need to do:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap General
  • Now tap Reset
  • Tap Reset Network Settings
  • Enter your passcode if required
  • Finally, tap Reset network settings.

Solution 8: Reset all settings

This option will reset all of the settings on your iPhone 11 and will restore them to factory defaults. If the previous solutions didn’t fix the problem, then you should try this as well. Follow the steps below:

  • Navigate to Settings
  • Tap General
  • Tap Reset
  • Now tap Reset all settings
  • Enter your passcode
  • Tap Reset network settings.

Solution 9: Erase all content and settings

Perhaps your iPhone 11 needs a fresh start, so you may go for this option. It is essential to back up all of your files first. As the name of the option suggests, all of your content and data will be deleted. Once you are done with the back up:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap General
  • Tap Reset
  • Next, tap Erase all content and settings
  • Enter your passcode
  • Finally, tap Erase all content and settings.

When the phone finishes the process, you will have to set up your iPhone as a new device following some simple on-screen steps.

If you have tried all of the solutions listed here and still experiencing the issues, contact your carrier and Apple.