How can I fix the iOS 16 issue that mobile data is not working?
- Reset cellular data
- Insert SIM card again
- Enable and disable Airplane Mode
- Reset network settings
- Restart iPhone. Upgrade to the most recent version of iOS
Reset cellular data
In Settings, you may rapidly reset the cellular data on your iPhone by toggling the function between disabled and enabled. To deactivate the feature, go to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data. After a few moments, reactivate it.
Enable and disable Airplane Mode
In addition to resetting your iPhone, you can enable Airplane mode. Your mobile data connection will be reset and rejoin the network.
Insert SIM card again
The SIM card can be removed from the tray and reinserted after a brief delay. This will allow your network time to change its settings. This may resolve the network issue for iOS 16 iPhones.
Reset network settings
Additionally, you can Reset your network settings through the Settings app. This resets the Network, WiFi, and Bluetooth settings. Follow the on-screen steps under Settings > General > Transfer or Reset iPhone > Reset > Reset Network Settings. You will be required to enter a password.
Reboot the iPhone
- Restarting your iPhone is the most common and most straightforward way to fix network or cellular data issues. Face ID-equipped iPhones can be turned off by simultaneously pressing the Side and Volume Up or Volume Down keys.
- There will be a slider on the screen. On iPhone models with Touch ID, simply hold down the Power button until the slider appears.
- After turning off the device, please wait a few moments before turning it back on.
Upgrade to the newest version of iOS
If your iOS is out of date, it may malfunction occasionally. If this is the case, we recommend updating your iPhone to iOS 16 immediately. This may correct any errors or problems hidden beneath the surface.