Some iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and SE users losing connectivity after iOS 10 update

Rafagon

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If you use T-Mobile and have one of the iPhone models mentioned in the thread title, it may be better if you don’t update to iOS 10 just yet. Apparently, iOS 10 is breaking some of these phones’ connections to the T-Mobile network. T-Mobile says that users who have been impacted by this bug should reset their iPhones—every time they lose connectivity.
 

silvermoon

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If you use T-Mobile and have one of the iPhone models mentioned in the thread title, it may be better if you don’t update to iOS 10 just yet. Apparently, iOS 10 is breaking some of these phones’ connections to the T-Mobile network. T-Mobile says that users who have been impacted by this bug should reset their iPhones—every time they lose connectivity.
This is why I left T-Mobile in the first place. I had so many connectivity issues before I switched to Verizon, and then AT&T.
 
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This is also with AT&T. I had issues this morning with "No Connection" for more than one app.
 
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