Does anyone know if Apple can do a remote test to check for the "no service" issue as described in this article: https://www.apple.com/support/iphone-7-no-service/ If not, and I take it into a store, can they do it there? I called AppleCare, but the person I talked with wasn't able to get a remote diagnostic to work, and wasn't sure if that would tell him whether my phone was affected or not. Further, he didn't know if the stores could tell definitively, or whether they would have to send it in for diagnostics. He did tell me that if the device is affected, it would be sent in rather than repaired in the field (seems to be common with Apple these days). I'm just trying to determine whether my device really is affected. It is an A1660 and manufactured between the dates in the program. When I go into a no service area, and I exit into a good service area, the phone will often not reconnect to the wireless network unless I cycle via airplane mode. However, it doesn't do this 100% of the time, and I haven't noticed the phone losing connection in known good areas, so I am unsure whether it is affected or not. Why not just take it in? Well, the nearest Apple Store isn't close, and the experience in general always leaves a lot to be desired. I'll take it in if I have to, but would like to avoid it if I can.