iPhone XS and XS Max Slow Wi-Fi Speed in iOS 12 – Fixed


Many users have been complaining that their Wi-Fi Speed is slow on iPhone Xs and Xs Max. When Mobile data will slow we can use Wi-Fi and if we want to send a large file or making video calls it will take more data that time we can use Wi-Fi. If Wi-Fi not speeds, we will get irritation. Do you want to get rid of Wi-Fi slow issue on iPhone XS or XS Max? If yes, I am pretty sure this article will help you. Yes!! Here I am going to tell you some solutions to solve this problem.wi-fi-slow-spped-on-iphone-xs-and-xs-max
Solution 1: Force Restart your device

  1. Press the Volume Up Button and release it.
  2. Press the Volume Down Button and release it.
  3. Press and hold the Side Button until the Apple Logo appears.

Note: Don’t press “Volume Up” and “Volume Down” at the same time.
Solution 2: Turn On and Off Airplane Mode

  1. First, disconnect the W-Fi from your Phone.
  2. Then go to Settings on your iPhone.
  3. Turn on Airplane Mode.
  4. Wait for few seconds and turn it off back.

Solution 3: Disable Wi-Fi Assist

  1. Go to Settings -> Mobile Data.
  2. Scroll down the page and turn off “Wi-Fi Assist”.

Solution 4: Reset Network Settings

  1. Go to Settings -> General -> Reset.
  2. Tap “Reset Network Settings”.
  3. Enter the Passcode if required and tap “Reset Network Settings” in the pop-up box.

Solution 5: Forget the Wi-Fi Network
When Wi-Fi speed is slow, forget the Wi-Fi and rejoin it again.

  1. Open Settings on your iPhone.
  2. Tap on Wi-Fi.
  3. Next, tap on info (i) icon next to your connected Wi-Fi network.
  4. Now, tap “Forget this Network”.
  5. Restart your phone and again connect the Wi-Fi to your iPhone.

Solution 6: Turn Off Wi-Fi Networking
Many people said this solution solved slow Wi-Fi speed issue. So, you can try this one.

  1. Go to Settings -> Privacy.
  2. Tap Location Services.
  3. Scroll down the page and tap “System Services”.
  4. Now, disable Wi-Fi Networking.

Solution 7: Change to Google DNS

  1. Launch Settings -> Wi-Fi.
  2. Tap on info (i) icon.
  3. Tap “Configure DNS”.
  4. Now, choose “Manual” and remove the DNS number.
  5. Then tap “Add Server” and enter 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4. This is a Google DNS server.

Solution 8: Check for Software Update

  1. Open Settings -> General.
  2. Scroll down the page and tap “Software Update”.
  3. If an update available here, tap “Download and Install”.

Solution 9: Restore your phone in DFU/Recovery Mode
Before doing it make sure that you took a Back up because this action will erase all data on your phone.

  1. Connect your iPhone via Lightning (USB) cable to the Mac or PC.
  2. Open iTunes on your PC or MAC. Make sure that iTunes is upgraded to the latest version.
  3. Now, press and release Volume up and Volume Down button quickly. Then press the side button until the Apple logo appears.
  4. Keep holding until the recovery mode screen appears. A box will open with three option. Choose “Restore”. Wait until the process is finished.
  5. Then restart your device.

We hope this article has solved your problem. If you have any doubt or idea regarding this article, tell us through your comments.

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