iPhone 7 LTE Not Working Poor Signal
If you got iPhone-problems in iPhone 7 LTE not working, poor signal try to reset APN settings on iPhone 7 Plus primarily do and also follow the other fixing solutions in step by step.
APN settings are a basic rule defined by your carrier. So it must be accurate to use cellular data network on iPhone/ iPad. So that we can edit/ Update any time if your carrier allows edit cellular Setting on iOS 11/iOS10
Steps for Update or Reset APN Setting on iPhone 7/ 7 Plus
Change or Reset APN settings on iPhone 7 Plus: iOS 11, 4G LTE Not working
1) Go to the Settings app on iPhone/ iPad.
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2) Next, Tap on Cellular > Cellular Data Options > Cellular Data Network.
Update Cellular Data on iOS 11
Then, Make changes said by your carrier. You want reset and reconfigure it then scroll down on screen and tap on Reset Setting.
Reset APN settings on iPhone 7 Plus with iOS 11
4G/ LTE not working on iPhone – Troubleshooting
1st) Check Cellular date
If you see Searching or not service at carrier single then make sure, Cellular data should be turn on
Go to the Settings > Cellular Data
You are outside the country then make sure about “Data Roaming” should be enabled. Go to the Settings > Cellular > Data Roaming toggle.
2nd) Restart or Force restart
Sometime, Carrier give facility for set APN settings by restart iPhone 7 or 7 Plus.
Restart your iPhone 7 (Press & Hold sleep/ Wake button) or Force restart iPhone 7 (Now Changed, Look here).
3rd) Check update for Carrie settings
Make carrier setting up-to-date, Go to the Settings > General > About. For available update you will see popup.
5th) Care about SIM
Take out your carrier SIM physically and Reinstall on iPhone. Make sure about any damage and crack.
6th) Reset iPhone 7 Network settings
Go to the Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network settings.
By reset network settings, all existing data from APN, VPN, Wi-Fi and Cellular credential automatically deleted.
Above all the setting based on preinstalled iOS 11, iOS 10, for old iOS version it should be same.
iPhone 7 intel modem issues
Apple has a reputation for tight supply chain management and demanding rigorous quality control, but the company may have a modem problem on its hands. Previously, Apple has tapped both Samsung and TSMC to build its SoCs, but stuck with the same Qualcomm modem for all its hardware. With the iPhone 7, Apple adopted an Intel modem for its AT&T and T-Mobile variants, while the factory-unlocked devices, Sprint, and Verizon hardware all use Qualcomm’s modem silicon (MDM9645M if you want to get technical).
According to an analysis performed by Cellular Insights, both devices perform equally well if you have a strong signal, but the Intel modem (XMM7360, pictured at top) drops off significantly as signal strength weakens. Cellular Insights tested multiple LTE bands (Band 4, 7, and 12) in a 4×2 MIMO configuration. The graph below is from Band 4, which Cellular Insights describes as the most common band for North America LTE deployments.
iPhone 7 poor phone call quality
RSRP is a measure of LTE signal strength and is expected to range from ~-75dBm when measured directly on top of a cellular base site to -120dBm at the edge of coverage. What we see here is that the Intel modem can’t sustain the same throughput as the Qualcomm device, particularly at the -105dBm threshold. At -115dBm, the gap between the Intel and Qualcomm modems is roughly 2x — meaning the Qualcomm device is sustaining about twice the network throughput on the same signal strength.
The S8 Edge does extremely well in all cases. The Intel XMM7360, in contrast, is the worst overall performer of the lot — though the 6s doesn’t exactly distinguish itself well, either. That might explain why Apple was willing to work with Intel in the first place, but the Intel XMM7360 doesn’t keep up with Qualcomm’s MDM9645M.
iPhone 7 intel modem fix
It would be interesting to see a battery life comparison between Intel and Qualcomm devices and it’s possible that Apple could improve the Intel modem’s performance via a software update. If you really care about LTE performance on an iPhone or live in an area with marginal LTE coverage, the factory-unlocked version of the device is definitely your best bet — right now, the Intel modem isn’t performing where it ought to be.
Winning the iPhone 7 was a huge victory for iPhone 7 plus signal strength Intel’s beleaguered modem division, but that victory was predicated on the idea that the Intel and Qualcomm modems would offer equal performance. So far, that doesn’t seem to be the case. It’s not clear how much this impacts the iPhone 7’s range, network timeouts, or other issues that might arise in areas where cellular connectivity is weak, but the general implication is that the Qualcomm modem offers better performance and possibly better range when operating in low-signal areas.
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