New problems arise in the new line of smartphones, since apparently there is a problem that causes the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus lose access to the telephone network after a person turns off the airplane mode.
The Cupertino company is advising service providers authorized to recommend to the owners to restart their iPhones. In the event that the reboot does not work, Apple suggests that people re-insert your SIM card, but there is also the possibility of replacing the units in some cases.
This, coupled with that there are some defective units that make noise when they are required much, all it causes is that there is a wave of complaints about the new line of smartphones. For example, a user who has an iPhone 7 with the AT & T provider entered in "unserved" nine times, on Sunday.
In response, the support staff of the company said they are receiving a number of similar calls. A support representative suggested that the problem may be attributable to the iPhone SIM tray 7, which could be faulty and not allow the SIM contact properly with mobile.