Users all around the world are updating their iPhone and iPad to the latest IOS 14 and iPad 14. However, some of the users have reported that they are facing Wi-Fi Problems In IOS 14 And iPad OS 14. Users also have said that there were no WiFi issues with their device before the update.
Sometimes the wireless network is not working, or their device is dropping the connection signal. The speed of the internet is also affected and on their device, the internet is working extremely slow. Nowadays everything relies on the internet and works with the internet.
Here I am going to explain all of the troubleshooting steps that you can follow to quickly fix this issue.
How To Fix Wi-Fi Problems In IOS 14 And iPad OS 14
Install the Second Update
Apple has recently launched IOS 14 and iPad OS 14. However, IOS 14.0.1 and iPad OS 14.0.1 has also been released. If you have not updated your device with the second update then you should update it. Because in this update Apple has released the fix for the WiFi issues.
To check for the latest OS update on your device follow these steps, Settings > General > Software Update. If there is an update available then download it and install it on your device.
Note: Before updating your device, Make sure that your device is backed up. In the worst-case scenario, you may lose some of your precious data.
Reboot Your Device
If you are using Apple products for years then you probably know that Maximum issues on iPhone or iPad can be resolved by a simple reboot. It may be your choice if you want to do a soft reboot or a hard reboot. The process of hard reboot varies from device to device.
Soft Reboot: Soft Reboot means turning the device off and then turning it back on.
Hard Reboot: Hard Reboot means that the user is forcing the device to turn off and then turn it back on.
How To Hard Reboot on different Apple Devices
If you have an older iPhone with a physical home button then you have to press the power button and the home button simultaneously until the Apple logo appears.
If you are using iPhone without a physical home button then press the Volume up button followed by the volume down button, and then hold the power button until you see the Apple logo.
Forget the WiFi Network, Toggle Airplane Mode
You can also try to fix this issue by forgetting the WiFi network and then joining them again. For this workaround to work properly you also have to toggle the Airplane mode on and off. Here is how you can do it.
- Open the Settings app and go to WiFi.
- Select the WiFi network you are connected to.
- Click on the exclamation mark or the aero icon on the right side of the WiFi network.
- Now tap on “Forget This Network”.
Now by using the control center activate Airplane mode, After a few seconds turn the Airplane mode off and try to connect to the WiFi network.
Reset Network Settings
The best way to fix this issue is by resetting the network settings. After resetting the network settings all of the network-related issues will be resolved. The drawback of this method is that all of the saved WiFi passwords will be deleted and all of the additional network settings will also be removed.
- Open Settings > General > About.
- Go to Reset, then select Reset Network Settings.
- You have to confirm by tapping Reset this iPhone/iPad network settings.
If you a VPN user and using VPN services on your Apple device then I suggest you that you should disable your VPN or delete it and then try using WiFi. Once the internet start working again then you can reinstall your VPN and start using it again.
To disable VPN services open settings > VPN > now toggle the switch to OFF.
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