How to solve No SIM alert on iPhone, iPad

Many times you have seen “ No SIM alert on iPhone & iPad”, “Invalid SIM” or “No SIM Card installed” after enter card in iPhone and iPad slot. In this can you can find the exact solution for this problem. So you must have to follow the below steps given here one by one.No SIM alert on iPhone and iPad

Solution steps on No SIM alert on iPhone and iPad

1# Update iOS in your iPhone, iPad. Before that you have to take backup your data using iTunes or iCloud.

2# Enable/ Disable (Turn on or Turn off) Airplane mode from the control center or Under the Setting > Airplane mode.

3# Restart your device, by press and hold only Sleep button till the red slider will be display. And slide it from left to right. Picture

4# Up to date career setting, At the time of new career you will get small setting file which should be update when your SIM changed, To find out Go to the Settings > General > About. If any update available then you can see update button in place of OK.

5# your SIM should be in correct size and verify your SIM entered is not damaged or loose due to size vary.

6# if you have any extra or AlterNet SIM card or Other’s card then try with it. Then it will works then contact your career provider and make sure your card is valid or not out of service and due date period.

7# you have old backup then find it and restore it, Might be it will cause of new iOS update. Recently many iPhone fans faced “ No SIM alert on iPhone ”.

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Apple Also helps to solve your problem regarding No SIM alert on iPhone or SIM not valid, So you can directly contact with Apple Support centre from here.  Above trick very well useful for iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus, iPhone 5S/5C/5 and iPhone 4, iPhone 7 or 6S(Up coming iPhone) running on iOS 8, iOS 7, iOS 9.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Dear sir/madam,
    I Raj sunar Apple hardware technician from Bhutan would like to leave few comments on your page plz,

    Here I have changed the secondary power ic of iphone 6g befor it was full shorted, part No. PM8019, after that it get pwr on, and now no sim alert at all, plz help me to solve this problem.

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