I am using iPhone 8. My iPhone keeps disconnecting WiFi constantly after updating iOS 11. I don’t know why. Then I tried some solutions to solve this issue. I am going to share those solutions with you.
Devices: iPhone 6, 7, 8, and iPhone X.
Fix 1: Reset Network Settings
- Go to Settings->General->Reset.
- Tap “Reset Network Settings” under Reset.
- Enter passcode if required and tap “Reset Network Settings” to confirm the action.
This action will delete all WiFi passwords, APN and VPN settings of the iPhone.
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Fix 2: Check WiFi router or hotspot
- Make sure that your WiFi router or hotspot is on.
- If you are not near to the WiFi router or hotspot, you can’t receive a signal. So you have to within range.
Fix 3: Check WiFi setting on your iPhone
- Launch Settings->WiFi.
- Make sure that WiFi is enabled.
Note: If Auto Join is disabled under WiFi network name, enable it.
Fix 4: Power cycle (restart) the router or Hotspot
If you are using wireless router,
- Disconnect the router from the power.
- To do it unplug the power cord from the back of the router. Wait for some time.
- Then plug the power cord into the router.
If you are using wireless hotspot,
- Turn off the hotspot. Wait for 30 seconds.
- And turn on it.
Fix 5: Forget WiFi network
- Go to Settings->General->WiFi.
- Select the WiFi network name that your iPhone want to forget.
- Tap “Forget this Network”.
Then select the WiFi name that you want to connect.
Fix 6: Turn off/disable WiFi Networking Service
- Launch Settings->Privacy->Location Services->System Services.
- Disable WiFi Networking under System Services.
Fix 7: Restore iPhone through iTunes
- Open iTunes on your PC or MAC. Make sure that iTunes is upgraded to latest version.
- Connect your iPhone or iPad via data (USB) cable to the Mac.
- Tap your iPhone icon when it shows on iTunes.
- Select Summary tab and tap “Restore iPhone”.
- A new box will open to ask to confirm the action. Tap “Restore”.
- Then iTunes will restore your iPhone.
- When your phone restart, you can see a few options. You have to select “Set Up as New iPhone”.
Fix 8: Force Restart/Hard Reboot
Force restart/Hard Reset (till iPhone 6)
- Press and hold the Home Button.
- At the same time, press and hold the Wake/Sleep (Power) button at top right of the iPhone while holding the Home Button.
- Hold both buttons until the screen goes black and wait until the Apple logo appears.
Force restart/Hard Reset ( iPhone 7)
- Press and hold the Wake/Sleep (Power) button at the right of the iPhone.
- Press and hold the Volume Down button on the left side while holding the Wake/Sleep button.
- Wait until the Apple logo appears.
Force restart/Hard Reset ( iPhone 8 and iPhone X)
- Press Volume Up button and quickly release it. And then Press Volume Down button and quickly release it.
- At last, press and hold the Slide button (Wake/Sleep button) until the Apple logo appears.
Note: don’t press Volume Up and Volume Down at the same time.
SEE ALSO: iOS 11: Wi-Fi keeps Turning on Automatically, fix
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