How To Check iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus Carrier Settings

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    How To Check iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus Carrier Settings

    Want to know how to check for carrier settings updates on your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus? In this article, we’ll explain to you how you can check for such updates. Most carriers, including Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint often release carrier settings updates. Sometimes even Apple will send out these types of updates. Typically, you’ll get automatically notified when a new update has arrived, but not in all cases. If you think it’s been a while since your last carrier settings update, it may be because the update did not automatically appear on your device.
    How To Check iPhone 7 And iPhone 7 Plus Carrier Settings
    Typically, carrier settings updates for the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus make changes and improvements to the way your phone uses cellular features such as calls, voicemails, texts, and mobile data. Learn how to find new carrier settings updates below.

    Check For & Install Cellular Carrier Settings Updates on iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

    1. Make sure your iPhone is switched on
    2. Open the settings app and tap on General
    3. Next, tap on About. Wait for a moment – if there is a general carrier settings update, it will appear as a popup on the general page. You can then tap it to update it. When prompted, tap to update. The new carrier settings update will then be installed on your device.

    If you can’t find an update, it may be because an update is not yet available. Alternatively, you can check the Apple Support Page to get help with downloading a new carrier update.

    When you first update the carrier settings, your network connection will be switched off and back on again. Don’t worry if your mobile signal isn’t working right away. Simply give it a couple of minutes and things will be back to normal.

    In most cases, carrier settings updates will be installed automatically alongside any new iOS updates. Sometimes, this isn’t always the case. That’s why it’s often worth checking for carrier settings updates manually.