If you are an iPhone user and have been facing 4G and LTE connectivity issues, you are not alone. Many iPhone users have reported this issue and have made every effort to resolve it, but often without success. In this blog post, we will discuss how to fix the 4G and LTE not working issue on iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
Solution #1: Enable 4G LTE on Your iPhone
Firstly, make sure that 4G LTE is enabled on your iPhone. To check if 4G LTE is enabled on your iPhone, open the Settings app and tap on “Mobile Data” or “Cellular Data.” In the next window, select the “Mobile Data Options” and then select “Voice and Data.” Finally, select “LTE” option.
If you have already selected the LTE option but LTE is still not working, then try the next solution.
Solution #2: Reset Network Settings
To reset network settings on your iOS device, go to the Settings app, scroll down, and tap on “General.” Next, scroll down completely and tap on “Reset.” In the next page, tap “Reset Network Settings” and then tap “Reset Network Settings” again to confirm your action.
If this method also does not work on your iPhone, then try the next solution.
Solution #3: Disable VPN
To disable VPN on your iPhone, go to the Settings app, scroll down to find “General,” and tap on it. On the General page, scroll down to find “VPN” and tap on it. If VPN is enabled, then tap on “VPN” to turn it off.
Solution #4: Turn Off SIM PIN
To turn off SIM PIN on iOS devices, go to the Settings app, tap on “Mobile Data” or “Cellular Data” option, and then tap on “SIM PIN” under the section of mobile data. Next, tap on “SIM PIN” to turn it off. Then enter your SIM PIN code to verify and that’s it.
In conclusion, if you have been facing 4G and LTE connectivity issues, there are a few solutions that you can try. Enabling 4G LTE, resetting network settings, disabling VPN, and turning off SIM PIN are some of the solutions that we have discussed in this blog post. Try these solutions and see if they work for you.