If you’ve got an iPhone on T-Mobile, stay away from iOS 10.
T-Mobile says that its customers are having connectivity issues after updating to iOS 10. Apple is working on a fix, T-Mo explains, and that update will be available within 24-48 hours.
If you’ve got an iPhone SE, 6, or 6 Plus and haven’t yet downloaded iOS 10, stay away from the update for now. It’d probably be wise to avoid iOS 10 if you’ve got a different iPhone model, too, just to be safe.
If you have taken iOS10 on those iPhones, you can temporarily fix by powering down & back up. Permanent update coming within 24-48 hrs.
— T-Mobile (@TMobile) September 15, 2016
As for folks that’ve already downloaded iOS 10, T-Mobile explains that you can power your iPhone down and then turn it back on to temporarily fix your connectivity problem.
Neither T-Mobile nor Apple have explained exactly what’s causing this connectivity issue for iPhone owners. However, some have suggested that the a Carrier Update that came with iOS 10 could be the culprit. Whatever the cause is, here’s to hoping that Apple and T-Mobile can get a fix out quickly, because having your cellular connectivity go in and out can be a pain.
If you’ve got an iPhone on T-Mobile, have you updated to iOS 10 yet? If so, are you having any connectivity problems?