How to Fix No 5G Network & Call Drop on iPhone 14 Pro Max

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In this guide, we will show you some methods to fix no network, call drop and 5G issue on your iPhone 14 Pro Max. As has been the case every year, it was the Pro and Pro Max variants of the Cupertino giant’s latest releases that managed to capture the public’s attention. The likes of 48MP camera, dynamic island, and AOD were some of its notable features.

However, despite being associated with all good things, they are not free from their fair share of problems. We have already covered issues related to autofocus, wireless charging, haptics, AOD etc. with these devices. And now, there is another entry in the list. Several users have expressed their concern that they are facing network, call drops and 5G issues on their iPhone 14 Pro Max.

What’s more worrying is that these bugs are affecting users who reportedly have great signal strength and even 5G signal is more than decent. Additionally, users with 5G will not see the UWB icon on their device even if they are currently in a location where 5G ultra-wideband is available. So who could be the culprit? Well, it’s not the latest iOS 16.1 beta 4 as the problem already exists before the rollout of this update.

Fix iPhone 14 Pro Max No Network/Call Drop/No 5G

FIX 1: Restart & Force Reboot Device

First and foremost, you should try the basic troubleshooting tip, which includes restarting your device. While this may seem like an obvious solution, trust us, in most cases, a simple reboot is enough to fix most problems. So press and hold one of the power and volume buttons to bring up the power menu. Then drag the slider to the right to restart your device. Once it boots, check if it fixes network, 5G, and call drop issues on your iPhone 14 Pro Max.

If the problem still persists, your next step is to force reboot your device. Here is how it can be done:

  1. First off, press and release the Volume Up button.
  2. Then press and release the Volume Down button.
  3. Now press and hold the Power button until the Apple logo appears.iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G network Verizon
  4. Once that happens, release the Power key. The forced reboot is now complete.
  5. Check if it fixes the network, 5G, and call drop issues on your iPhone 14 Pro Max.

FIX 2: Toggle Airplane Mode

Turning airplane mode on/off will disable and then re-enable all mobile networks. These networks will then have a new instance to work with and so the problem can be solved in this fresh environment. So let’s use this method to test and check the result:

  1. Swipe down from the top right corner of your screen to bring up the Control Center.
  2. Then tap on the Airplane mode icon. This will disable all networks.
  3. Wait for a few seconds and again tap on the Airplane Mode icon.iPhone 14 Pro Max 5G network Verizon
  4. This will disable Airplane Mode and the network will be up and running.
  5. Now check if it fixes the network, 5G, and call drop issues on your iPhone 14 Pro Max.

FIX 3: Toggle Cellular Data

After that, you should consider disabling and then re-enabling the cellular data feature. This will refresh the carrier data settings and may also fix the underlying ntwokr issue. So try it using the instructions given below and then see the results.

  1. Head over to the Settings > Cellular and disable the toggle next to it.
  2. Wait for a few seconds and then re-enable it.
  3. Check if it fixes the network, 5G, and call drop issues on your iPhone 14 Pro Max.

FIX 4: Choose “5G On”

You should also make sure that the 5G setting for voice and data is set to 5G On instead of LTE or 5G Auto. The former will switch you back to 4G while the latter will automatically switch to 4G in case of weak 5G signals. Whereas if you choose 5G On, it will stick with 5G anyway. So let’s enable 5G and then see the results.

  1. Head over to Settings > Cellular > Cellular Data Options .
  2. Then go to Voice & Data and select 5G from the list.iPhone 14 Pro Battery Drain Issue
  3. Check if it fixes the network, 5G, and call drop issues on your iPhone 14 Pro Max.

FIX 5: Allow More Data on 5G

After that, you should consider enabling “Allow more data on 5G” as it will give more priority to the 5G network than Wi-Fi, which, in turn, can be a sign of success for us. . So refer the following steps to try it and check the results:

  1. To begin with, head over to Settings > Cellular/Cellular Data.
  2. Then go to Cellular Data Options > Data Mode.
  3. Now enable the toggle next to “Allow More Data on 5G”.
  4. Check if it fixes the network, 5G, and call drop issues on your iPhone 14 Pro Max.

That’s it. These were ten different ways to fix no network, call drop and 5G issue on your iPhone 14 Pro Max. Let us know in the comments if you have any queries related to the above steps. We will contact you with a solution as soon as possible.

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