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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No service on phone but ICCID shows in About

I've got an iPhone 6 where it constantly looks for service.

I've tried 3 different sims.

The SIM card shows in the ICCID field under Settings > About.

I've swapped the logic board into a new phone case\shell where that housing\cellular previously worked, however, I still get no service.

Is cellular service linked the the logic board somehow?

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Is your phone locked to a specific carrier?

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I don't believe so, is there a way I can check? Searching via google only brings up those scams to pay for unlocking service.

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Well I use sim-unlock.net to check these stuff. Costs like $5 to check via imei number so I don't recommend doing though.

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Is there really no other way?

Boggles my mind to be honest. The old school symbian OS nokia phones were a dream to work with compared to these. :\

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You have checked that the date and time is correct on the phone right?

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Of course the cellular service is linked to the logic board, why else would you put a logic board in a phone?

It is likely to be dead power supply to the transceiver chip, or dead transceiver chip.

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I've noticed that the cellular antenna is in the charger port piece.

This makes me curious if it's something else, somewhere else.

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Are you able to go into a little more detail re~ transceiver chip?

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There are 2 cellular antennas, it is not possible for them to fail at the same time.

So it must be a chip problem.

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Hey Tom Chai, are you able to locate these for me? on a schematic or diagram?

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Basically every chip on the lower half of the board, it's way too complex for ppl without the experience or tools.

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Check IMEI via *#06# and if no IMEI is displayed then you have a issue relating to baseband chip.

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In "about" do you have an IMEI number?

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Yes I do have an IMEI in Settings > About.

It does does all detect the sim as it shows the ICCID

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I've come across the same issue, this is usually due to the housing you've used. I found personally that using an aftermarket Housing is the wrong move, use only an original / OEM Apple housing if you can and you shouldn't have the issue.

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I've used a legit apple housing?

I'll try testing with a different iPhone 6 housing (OEM apple) and test to see what happens.

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From what I've been told / seen, and what the research suggests, there are no Original New Housings available for purchase / use, only second hand and maybe A-Grade aftermarket? That's just what I've found in my experience

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Ahhh Sorry, I meant I've used housings from broken screen phones where the logic board has been removed but everything is in tact (sometimes screens are missing too)

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