Baseband IC Problem on iPhone

Service iPhone - Some iPhone users may still be unfamiliar with the term IC Baseband? For those of you who don't know, in this review I will share a little knowledge about Baseband ICs.

As a tool that functions as a signal receiver, IC Baseband certainly supports the convenience of iPhone users when exploring cyberspace. This is because the Baseband IC is directly connected to the GSM Card. The baseband IC or what is generally known as the signal IC is a microchip found on the logic board or on your iPhone machine. The microchip is a network interface that functions to manage all radio functions or signal receivers. Therefore, if this section experiences problems, it can certainly interfere with the performance of your device.

Then Actually What Causes Baseband IC Damage?

So basically when the Baseband IC on your device has a problem or is damaged, then your iPhone will have no signal, keep searching, No Service. This could be due to a collision. Maybe your iPhone has been dropped or hit hard. In addition, this can also happen because your iPhone has been splashed or submerged in water. In addition to the two things already mentioned, the cause of the damage to the Baseband IC can also be caused by an inappropriate IOS update.

However, if your iPhone is having a “no service” problem, you can try the following steps first:

1. Check the coverage area of ??the signal provider

First, make sure your domicile can reach a strong provider signal. However, if the area has a strong signal but it is still no service or searching, you can try to change the iPhone to "Airplane" mode or Airplane Mode first, then wait for 1-2 minutes, then turn off the airplane mode.

2. Restart iPhone

If there is still no change, then you can try to restart the iPhone by pressing the Power button and the Volume Down button simultaneously. After that, wait for the Apple logo to appear.

3. Remove and reinsert the SIM card

Try to remove the SIM card then check if there is damage to the SIM card or not. If no damage is found, re-insert the SIM card. But if it is found that there is damage to the card, then immediately contact the provider to replace the SIM card with a new one.

4. Reset network settings

Another step you can take is to reset your device's network. This will indeed cause you to lose your Wifi password and have to re-enter the APN Network provider you are using, VPN and other Cellular Settings.

5. Update iOS to the latest version

Try to check whether your iPhone requires "Software Update" or not. It is very likely that the 'no service' problem occurs because the iPhone has not been updated to the latest version of iOS.

If you have tried everything but no results, maybe there is a problem with the Baseband IC. The solution that can be done to overcome the most effective Baseband IC is to replace it with a new one or you are strongly advised to take it to an iPhone service center. For sure you will get a solution for the problem happening to your device,

If you want to replace the Baseband IC, then it is better to have it handled by a qualified technician. Service services are indeed better to be the last port for iPhone users who have problems with IC Baseband.

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