iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 Plus Signal Problems (Solutions)
As a precaution, users of the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus should know how to handle any signal problems that may occur. When these signal problems happen, you won’t be able to make or receive phone calls. The instructions below will help you troubleshoot your iPhone signal problems. It’s good to know these troubleshooting tips, to save you some time, effort, money, and not being afraid if your phone is broken beyond repair.
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The iPhone dropped calls occur when there are network or Internet connection. The following instructions will teach you on what you can do when your iPhone can’t make or receive phone calls.
Check to see if Airplane Mode is disabled
The most basic or obvious cause of signal problems with calls on the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus is that your phone is on Airplane Mode. When Airplane Mode is turned on, all wireless connections are turned off. To see that the Airplane Mode setting is turned on, try using the following instructions.
- Make sure your iPhone is turned on
- Click Settings app. It’s the gear icon
- Tap the toggle on Airplane Mode to turn it OFF
Check signal bars
The next thing to do when you are having iPhone 8 signal problems with calls is to look at the signal strength on your smartphone. If you are getting a low signal strength then that could be the main reason why you are having difficulty in making phone calls.
If this is the case for your iPhone, which has no signal, then it would be best to reset your smartphone, which should fix the problem of have a weak signal strength. The following are steps on how to reset your iPhone 8.
Verify if there’s outage in your area
One other reason that you could be experiencing signal issues with calls on the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus is because of a power outage in your area. This is usually the most common cause behind your problem. Cellular service can randomly go out from time to time due to maintenance reasons and you need to wait until the network is restored.
Verify your account status
Another important thing to note is to verify whether your account is active. This is because if your wireless account is not active, then you can’t make or receive calls. So, better make sure that your wireless carrier whether it be Verizon, AT&T, Sprint or T-Mobile, to make sure all your bills have been paid. If your bills have been settled, then your wireless provider will prompt you if there’s a problem with their system.