If your iPhone 7 refuses to connect to the cellular service, you’re aren’t alone. In fact, there are several iPhone 7 users who have been experiencing this problem, and Apple is willing to fix the problem for free.
The Cupertino-based company has announced that a “small percentage” of iPhone 7 users cannot connect to a cellular network. Apparently, a bug is preventing the device from connecting to a network and will display “No Service” on the status bar. Apple said the reason for the problem is due to a failed component on the main logic board. To fix the problem, Apple will offer a free repair to any customer who is experiencing this issue.
Before you take your iPhone 7 in for the free repair, it should be noted that there are some restrictions. Apple said that qualifying devices must be of a specific model number depending on the region the customer bought the device. The company said that devices manufactured between September 2016 and February 2018 that were sold in China, Hong Kong, Japan, Macao, and the Untied states are eligible for the free repair.
If you want to check if your iPhone 7 in eligible for the free, make sure you head over to Apple’s support website.