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iPhone with iOS 17.1? Wi-Fi problems can be resolved!



Do you have your iPhone with iOS 17 installed, in fact… Any version of iOS 17.1? Well, it’s very likely that you’re having problems connecting to your Wi-Fi network, whether at home or at work.

After all, iOS 17 has been an endless pit of bugs, which is exactly why Apple even decided to change the way development is done in its programming labs. (In case you didn’t know, iOS 18 is on pause while all the bugs are resolved!)

However, the resolution to the connectivity problem should arrive within a few days with the arrival of iOS 17.2. An update that, of course, has the great mission of correcting many of the bugs that the first versions of iOS 17 brought to the ecosystem, before the major cleaning that should arrive with iOS 18, or future major updates to iOS 17.

But… If you’re tired of dealing with this type of problem, there are simple things you can do.

iPhone with iOS 17.1? Wi-Fi problems can be resolved!

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Therefore, Apple has already released some small updates to try to minimize the problem, but we still have many thousands of users with complaints, so let’s try to help.

1. Restart the Router and ensure it is on the latest version of iOS

It may seem strange to go to the Router when the problem is on the iPhone, more specifically on iOS. However, restarting the router is extremely simple, quick, and can end up facilitating the connection between the 2 devices.

Additionally, it’s a good idea to check if you have any updates pending, as Apple has just released iOS 17.1.2.

2. Turn Airplane Mode on and off again.

This will disconnect you from all networks, including the 4G/5G connection. When you disable airplane mode, you will automatically reconnect to all preferred networks. It may solve the problem.

3. If all else fails, restart your iPhone

Another simple solution that can fix the iOS connection problem. To restart press the Power button+Any volume button

4. Still without Wi-Fi? Let’s forget about the network and connect again

If you still haven’t managed to fix the problem, go to network settings, and click on “forget network” when selecting the Wi-Fi network you usually connect to. Then connect to it again, using its access key.

It’s a kind of “soft reset” done by hand.

5. Reset network settings

Finally, if nothing is working, you can reset the network settings. To do this, go to settings, general, and then Reset iPhone. Choose network settings.

First of all, have you ever had to deal with this type of problem, or have recent updates helped? Share your experience with us in the comments box below.

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