How To Solve iPhone 6S / iPhone 6 No Service Problem

How To Solve iPhone 6S / iPhone 6 No Service Problem
helloolly / Pixabay

Many users of the iPhone 6 and 6s are reporting issues with a “No Service” network issue on T-mobile, Verizon, Sprint, and many other carriers. Here’s how to fix the iPhone 6 no service problem through a series of simple steps.

Play Quizzes 4

With how much we’ve come to depend on our smartphones to keep us connected to the rest of the world, it can be a serious problem when they stop working correctly. Whether we’re browsing social media or making an emergency call, not having reception can range from frustrating to dangerous, so fixing the iPhone 6 no service problem is definitely a priority.

One of the most frustrating things about the iPhone 6 no service problem is that it doesn’t actually give you much information regarding why the problem is occurring. Oftentimes if they give you an error code or explanation, it’s pretty easy to figure out what the solution is with some educated googling, but with a simple message just stating that there’s an iPhone 6 no service problem, it can be much more difficult.

Morningstar Investment Conference: Fund Manager Highlights Personalized Medicine, Energy Security

Clint Carlson Far ViewHedge fund managers go about finding investment ideas in a variety of different ways. Some target stocks with low multiples, while others look for growth names, and still others combine growth and value when looking for ideas. Some active fund managers use themes to look for ideas, and Owen Fitzpatrick of Aristotle Atlantic Partners is Read More

If you’re on an iPhone 7 or later and you’re having this problem, it’s possible that it’s a hardware issue which is beyond the scope of this guide. If you’re having an iPhone 6 no service problem, however, the guide below (courtesy of Redmondpie) should give you the steps you need to address the issue.

  1. Navigate to the Setting app on your iPhone. This is where the majority of the inner workings of your phone are tweaked or adjusted, so it’s always a good place to start if you’re having
  2. technical problems with your device.
  3. Once you’ve opened the Settings app, navigate to Privacy and make sure that Location services is set to “On”.
  4. While you’re still in the Location Services option, select System Services and make sure the Setting Time Zone option is toggled into the On position. If it’s already in the On position, try turning it off and back on again.
  5. Fully restart your iPhone 6 or 6s and wait for it to reboot. At this point, your iPhone 6 no service problem should hopefully be addressed.

If it turns out that this guide didn’t fix your issue, it could be for a number of reasons. Smartphones are a complicated piece of technology, and the quality and stability of mobile networks can vary based on your provider and your location. The iPhone 6 no service problem is generally a temporary issue and will work itself out on its own in most situations, but if it’s a persistent problem you may want to contact either Apple or your mobile provider. Before doing so, however, you should give the steps above a try in order to make sure it’s not a problem that can be fixed by toggling a few settings.

Whether you’re looking at memes or texting a loved one, staying connected is an important part of participating in an increasingly online world. Hopefully, the steps above will get the job done and get your iPhone 6 no service problem fixed completely.

Updated on

Zachary Riley has been writing for several years across a wide variety of platforms, with most of his work focusing on topics related to technology and science. Before starting work with ValueWalk, he worked primarily for websites informing and connecting customers with appropriate internet and television plans. Zachary is currently finishing his Bachelor’s Degree in English at the University of Massachusetts - Lowell.
Previous article PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two release date: What to expect?
Next article Authors@Wharton Speaker – Satya Nadella

No posts to display


  1. This is the only solution that has worked for me but it only worked for a few seconds and then my phone went back to “No Service”. When it worked it went from 1 bar to 4 bars and then to “No Service” in the course of about 30 seconds.

Comments are closed.