My 6S SIM is missing - sometimes it works, sometimes not..
i have my 1,5 yet old iPhone 6s with a strange error. Apple refused to help, they just offered switching the phone for a lot of money..
The phone looks like new, I always had my blackfox case on.
The phone works well for a couple hours, but some how it loses the sim and shot "no sim" restarting doesn't fix the problem.
When i gently hi/press the back are around the sim or antenna and reboot I have full service..
I tried packing tape on the back of the sim, seemed to work but after one day I had the same issues.. in the top area around the antenna if I hit the phone there seems something loose inside..
Any Idea where I can start to fix this?
So i still get no sim, sometimes t works sometimes not - do you think it may be the baseband chip?
A guy from repair store offered me 100€, he told me without checking the device that this problem would be caused by a defective baseband chip, which requires soldering and a lot of time.. what do you think, might a defective baseband chip cause this symptoms?
im just wondering because sometimes it works all normal and after a couple of hours the device display "NO SIM".. its never "searching" or something, just "NO SIM"
Is this a good question?