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  • Dave03 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi Luiggi7,

     

    I am having the same problem of all of you here, actually I had 3 calls dropped today because of the no service annoying issue. I had my 4S changed once a few months ago, didnt get better at all. I have read you are from Madrid, what if we go against Apple together? We may find somebody else in Spain to join us. I am thinking of looking for professional assistance (OCU or something similar) what do you think?

     

    Thank you!

  • Luiggi7 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hi Dave,

     

    I am so far disappointed with Apple. This saturday I went to AppleStore again, and I got a new iPhone 4s (third change since I bought it). After 4 days of using it, today I has 'no service' in my iPhone since 9:30 am.

     

    This is shameful....

     

    I agree with you, and I think we sholud do this by the legal way.

     

    I am from madrid. Write me in my email adress and let's talk. We can deliver a request to OCU and sign it all we have this problem, for now residents in Spain.

  • Luiggi7 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
  • Luiggi7 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Finally, I had to reboot my iPhone.... up to 3h without coverage!!!!!!!!!!! Apple *****

  • getinmiggy Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    What is your ultimate goal here? Is it to get rid of the phone and get a refund or to get Apple to fix your phone? The only way you are going to "fix" this problem is to be willing to give up on the phone. Some people are willing to live with the "No Service" issue so they can keep the all mighty iPhone. That was not the case for me. I had 4 iPhone 4S's, 4 SIM cards, countless hrs on the phone with Apple playing the restore game, etc. etc. before having to ask my self what was more important. Good luck in trying to get this resolved.

  • beeonics Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Worked like a charm.  Thanks!

  • RunsWithSissors Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    This is what I did, after the phone came back from overseas.

     

    The Sim Card needed to be set to the Phone Provider.

     

    Go into Settings > Phone > Sim Applications > Roaming Menu > Manual

     

    Now choose your ISP provider (in my case it was TNZ, Telecom New Zealand)

     

    Now back out of that and the phone will start searching for the provider.

     

    I hope this helps.

  • Luiggi7 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    My one goal is to have my iPhone 4s working properly, just it...

     

    But if Apple doesn't know how to do it, I think they must do whatever to give me a good service, I don't care if they gotta give me an iPhone 5 or 4s, while one of them works well. Remember that I paid a very big price for a new mobile which nowadays is not working!!!!

     

    Assuming that I have to live with the no-service bug of a 700$ mobile, is shaming... I agree with you, the fight and the cost of claiming for what I should have, could be bigger than giving up. But understand me please, it is unbelieveable.... an iPhone is also a mobile, don't forvige it, and I need to do many calls daily, and now I can't do it. But it is not all, because I don't loss only some calls... I cannot use Whatsapp, or Mail, or browse some webs....

     

    Why someone would buy an iPhone with no possibility to make calls or Internet data???? In that case, I have would bought an iPod Touch, so I would have the same features that I have nowadays with mi current iPhone, just music.

     

    Apple!!!! You must solve this!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Niek124 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    You're right. Threw away the 'no service' thing and spend the 700$ on an Android device where you don't have those stupid unsolvable problems or just unpossible switching back to an older version, in stead of keep switching devices at the Apple shop. 700$ is too much for those global issues.

  • justchil Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Probably you're best bet.  Apple is going to do jack about this issue or any issue really.  The only way I see them even admitting an issue is if they lost a ton of sales... but we all know that isn't going to happen lol

     

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  • Mac8887 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have every freeking problem on my iphone5 as described in all the forums here... dropping signal when LTE is on , horrizontal lines in app store , dimming of screen to minium by itself, it dosent reconnect to signal if i am out of coverage area for more than 10 mins like in my lab which in in the basement, it gets too hot after a few minutes of gaming,  and battery Suks. And its fcukng prone to scratches.

    Now the best part they replaced my phone and my replacement phone has the same all problems , so i know this is in all the phones for sure ( because my friends have the same problems in their iphone5 as well) and NOW WE CANT EVEN RETURN OUR PHONES BECAUSE THEY HAVE BEEN REPLACED. FCUK you apple and your iphones. As holes. They fcukng tricked me into replacing my new phone with a service phone so that i cant return it.

    I have 64GB white ATT.

  • bosca99 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    hello, been reading through some of the forum. i have an iphone 4s unlocked that i purchased to run on O2 in London roughly 4 months ago. it was working relatively fine (although very poor call quality compared to other handsets i have used on 02).

     

    anyways, i updated IOS a couple days ago, and now i have the "no service issue". i have been to the apple store, but they expected me to wait a week to see an advisor at the "genius" bar. i have spoken with phone support a few times and tried a lot of fixes on this thread (phone restore, network reset, etc). Unfortunately, none of these fixes seem to work and I cannot make or recieve any phone calls..

     

    anyways, really not sure what to do. also its Friday evening and I cant even phone customer services as my phone is not working at all

  • moztug Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I also had the same problem and changed my sim. My new sim is 64 bit again, my provider does not support 128 bit. Changing the sim did not work at all. By using a micro sim adapter I used the sim with my older samsung phone for about a day and a half. Not a smart phone very old one. Then i just wanted to try again inserting the sim to my iphone. I turned of the cellular data, put the sim and there you goo.. I have a stable signal.. Then i turned on the cellulaar data after a couple of hours, it works fine too. Everything is normal.. I dont understand what has solved the problem but its working now.. Magic?? ;))

  • Motox112 Level 1 Level 1 (35 points)

    they didn't trick you at all, you had the option to get a iPhone 4S/4/5, which I did, why? because im not complaining of all these problems, they shipped the iPhone 5 out way to early to try and keep up with rivals but still its shotty work, and personally the most stable is a iPhone 4S with iOS 5.1.1. Never, Never buy a "electronic" first few months of arrival, Always, always bugs and kinks.

  • dilluted23 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    i updated from ios5 to ios6 while abroad.. currently a verizon US customer.

     

     

    after the update my phone says no service but i can still make calls

     

    any one have any ideas? is this a graphics glitch? or something different?

     

    help

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