Released on September 19, 2014, this 4.7" screen iPhone is the smaller version of the iPhone 6 Plus. Identifiable by the model numbers A1549, A1586, and A1589.

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Phone stuck in "No Service"

Hi all, so my phone has recently gone through a total screen, battery, and home button replacement. Ever since, my phone has been stuck in "No Service". I have done everything as far as toggling the airplane and cellular options. I have restarted my phone. I have reset it to factory settings and I have even restored it, and nothing has helped.. What do you all recommend? I can try going into Verizon tomorrow and getting a new SIM Card...

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I think it's an issue with your battery. I would first try, simply disconnecting the battery, and then after reconnecting, turn on wifi. Still have the same problem. Try the old battery. You can also try another SIM card. Oh, yeah. Don't use metal tools, while disconnecting the battery!

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You actually commented on my last post.. But I had this issue with the last battery and now with the new battery. So fingers crossed the new SIM card fixes the problem!!

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Could be cheaper to borrow a buddies SIM card

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same problem here, i just replace the screen (complete with home button), the phone recognize the sim card to activate it after reset settings and erase data, when i go to "contacts" it displays the phone number, but it got stock at "searching.." or "No Service"... The SIM card works fine in an iPhone 5...

it would be that apple detects different hardware and "brick" the phone??

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Replacing the iPhone 6 touchid sensor/home button is a very risky move. 99% of the time you will be unable to restore the phone and may encounter other issues. I am thinking this is the issue. If the original home button and touchid flex cable worked, you should NOT have replaced the home button. It may work if you put the original cable and home button back.

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