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.
Solution 1: Force Restart your device
- Press the Volume Up Button and release it.
- Press the Volume Down Button and release it.
- 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
- First, disconnect the W-Fi from your Phone.
- Then go to Settings on your iPhone.
- Turn on Airplane Mode.
- Wait for few seconds and turn it off back.
Solution 3: Disable Wi-Fi Assist
- Go to Settings -> Mobile Data.
- Scroll down the page and turn off “Wi-Fi Assist”.
Solution 4: Reset Network Settings
- Go to Settings -> General -> Reset.
- Tap “Reset Network Settings”.
- 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.
- Open Settings on your iPhone.
- Tap on Wi-Fi.
- Next, tap on info (i) icon next to your connected Wi-Fi network.
- Now, tap “Forget this Network”.
- 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.
- Go to Settings -> Privacy.
- Tap Location Services.
- Scroll down the page and tap “System Services”.
- Now, disable Wi-Fi Networking.
Solution 7: Change to Google DNS
- Launch Settings -> Wi-Fi.
- Tap on info (i) icon.
- Tap “Configure DNS”.
- Now, choose “Manual” and remove the DNS number.
- Then tap “Add Server” and enter 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206. This is a Google DNS server.
Solution 8: Check for Software Update
- Open Settings -> General.
- Scroll down the page and tap “Software Update”.
- 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.
- Connect your iPhone via Lightning (USB) cable to the Mac or PC.
- Open iTunes on your PC or MAC. Make sure that iTunes is upgraded to the latest version.
- Now, press and release Volume up and Volume Down button quickly. Then press the side button until the Apple logo appears.
- Keep holding until the recovery mode screen appears. A box will open with three option. Choose “Restore”. Wait until the process is finished.
- Then restart your device.
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