No SIM Issue On iPhone 6!

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    From the moment it was released, the iPhone 6 became one of the most popular mobile devices in every corner of the world. It is bigger, better, and more beautiful than any previous iPhone model. Users are thrilled with its performance, but like any other mobile phone, it may have some glitches. Some people said the problem they have is the no SIM alert. Don’t worry, because this problem can be easily solved. We prepared 5 ways to fix no SIM issue on iPhone 6 for you. Make sure to try all the listed solutions if necessary. One of them will work.

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    5 ways to fix no SIM issue on iPhone 6




    Solution No.1: Airplane mode

    Many users are often surprised with this simple solution, which is definitely the easiest one out of 5 ways to fix no SIM issue on iPhone 6. It requires only several seconds of your time, because the only thing you need to do is turn on/off Airplane mode in Settings.

    Solution No.2: Restart your iPhone 6

    People who have used iPhones for years know that restart may solve many issues. To restart your device, press and hold the sleep/wake button. After a second or two, the slider will appear. Drag it, and turn off your device. Again, press and hold the same button, and turn on your iPhone 6.

    Solution No.3: Update iOS

    Is the new iOS version available? What are you waiting for? Update your device, because that will fix the problem, and some other glitches as well, if you have any.

    Solution No.4: Carrier-setting update

    To check if any carrier-updates are available, click on Settings, tap on General, tap on About.

    Solution No.5: Restore your iPhone

    Back up your files to iCloud. Connect your iPhone 6 to your computer with the USB cable. Select your iPhone once it appears in iTunes. Choose Restore from the Summary panel. Once the device is restored to its factory settings, follow the step to set up your phone as new.

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    #1 Applefan, Aug 16, 2016
    Last edited: Feb 27, 2017
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