Some iPhone users who have updated their devices to iOS 16.1 have reported experiencing random Wi-Fi disconnects. Here is everything you want to know.
Have you updated your iPhone to iOS 16.1? A little bit of the apple iPhone users World Health Organization They updated their devices to iOS 16.1 and have been reporting that their iPhone periodically and sometimes randomly disconnects from Wi-Fi, reports via redditand Twitter and the Apple Support community platform. According to users, after updating to iOS 16.1, they are facing an issue with Wi-Fi where the icon keeps disappearing and appears randomly. In fact, for some users, Wi-Fi connects and disconnects every 5 seconds. Even after iPhone users tried to reset network settings, it didn’t help.
Here are some tweets complaining about WIFI Connection problem:
1. “AppleSupport Hello after updating your iPhone xs Max tp internal control Department 16.1 My wifi connects and disconnects by itself every 5 seconds I reset to network and reconnect to my wifi and nothing changes any help please. “
2. “AppleSupport I have upgraded to iOS 16.1, I have a problem with wifi, my wifi sign keeps disappearing and showing up on its own.”
3. “AppleSupport after updating my iPhone 14 pro max and ipad 12.9 m1 to 16.1, wifi keeps disconnecting every 5 seconds, it’s driving me crazy, please look into it.”
4. “AppleSupport frequently lose connection to wifi after update 11 pro max to IOS 16.1.”
can find out apple iOS 16.1 released last week to bring many new features to iPhone users, including Live Activities. While the company this week began beta testing of iOS 16.2. according to MacRumors ReportThe next update to the iPhone operating system is expected to be released later in November.
Meanwhile, in response to the tweets made by iPhone users regarding Wi-Fi connectivity issues, the Apple Support team has shared a list of steps to follow if your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch isn’t connecting to Wi-Fi. Hey! We’d love to take a closer look at what’s going on with Wi-Fi on your iPhone. To get started, try the steps in the following resource that can help you, and send us a direct message if the problem persists: https://s. apple.com/dE0a7r7H0w,” Apple Support tweeted.
How to solve Wi-Fi connection problem on iPhone
Make sure your router is turned on and you are within range. If you’re too far from a Wi-Fi router, you can’t get a signal, so make sure you’re within range.
Make sure Wi-Fi is turned on and you can see your network: go to Settings > Wi-Fi and make sure Wi-Fi is turned on. Click on the name of your Wi-Fi network to join. A blue check mark next to the network name means you are connected. If you see Auto-join is disabled under the Wi-Fi network name, tap Turn on Auto-join.
If prompted, enter your Wi-Fi password. Even if you enter the correct password, you may see a ‘Cannot join network’ or ‘Incorrect password’ message. Restart all your devices, then try entering your password again.
Check for issues with your Wi-Fi network: If iOS or iPadOS detects a problem with your Wi-Fi connection, you might see a Wi-Fi recommendation under the name of the Wi-Fi network you’re connected to. For example, you might see the alert “No internet connection.” For more information, tap on Wi-Fi.
Check cables and connections: If you still can’t connect to your network or get online, make sure your router is plugged in to your modem and turned on.
Reboot: Try restarting your iOS or iPadOS device. Here’s how to restart your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Then restart your router, then restart your cable or DSL modem. To restart your router or modem, unplug it, then plug it back in. After restarting each device, check if the issue is resolved.
If you are still unable to connect, do a network settings reset. If you’re using iOS or iPadOS 15 or later, tap Settings > General > Move or Reset [Device] > Reset > Reset network settings. If you are using iOS or iPadOS 14 or earlier, tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This also resets Wi-Fi networks, passwords, cellular settings, VPN and APN settings you used before.
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