How to fix Wi-Fi issues in iOS 12

Although the iOS 12 update is still under development, according to Tim Cook, it has already been installed by more than 4

million users. In this article, we will help you solve Wi-Fi problems that may occur on devices with iOS 12.

iOS 12 contains cool new features andimprovements, but with it the number of problems. Some users report that Wi-Fi issues have begun to occur on their iPhone and iPad with iOS 12. Some cannot connect to the Wi-Fi network, others are faced with the wrong password message, and others cannot establish a stable connection.



How to fix problems with Wi-Fi at iOS 12

#1. Reboot the router

Before you start trying to solve the problem on the device itself, you need to make sure that the problem is not in your router.



Reboot the router and try connecting to the network again.

A router is a mini computer with a processor,memory, etc. As with a computer, rebooting the router may fix some problems. We recommend that you wait at least 10 seconds before turning on the router again. Check that all cables are inserted tightly, and also check the system settings of the router - they can even be reset and reconfigured.

# 2 Update router firmware

If possible, update the firmware of your router to the latest available version. It helped some users.

# 3 Forced reboot

Forced reboot may solve some problems. The way to force a reboot on new models has changed.

Here's how to do it on the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus:

  • Quickly press and release the Volume Up button.
  • Quickly press and release the Volume Down button.
  • Hold the Side button until the Apple logo appears on the screen.

To force a restart of other iPhone models, as well as the iPad, iPad Pro, iPad Air or iPad mini, do the following:

  • Hold the Sleep / Wake button (power button).
  • Hold down the Home button at the same time.

#four. Reconnect to the network Wi-Fi

If you cannot connect to the Wi-Fi network, or you receive an error entering the password, although it is entered correctly, try to forget the network and then reconnect to it.

To do this, select a Wi-Fi network in Settings> Wi-Fi, and then click Forget This Network. A window will pop up where you will need to confirm your action.

Now go back to Settings> Wi-Fi, select the same network, enter the password and try to connect to it.

#5. Reset network settings

Most network problems can be resolved by resetting the settings. This will clear the cache, DHCP settings, and other data. To do this, go to Settings> General> Reset and select Reset Network Settings.

# 6 Disconnect VPN



If you have VPN enabled in Settings, or youusing a VPN application, try to disconnect everything. If you cannot completely disable the VPN, do so at least temporarily to find out if this is the cause of the problem.

# 7 Disable system services Wi-Fi

Disabling Wi-Fi system services in Settings> Privacy> Location Services> System Services.

#8. Change DNS

Often problems can occur due to DNS server problems. In this case, you can connect to the Google DNS server or CloudFlare’s DNS. You can read about how to do this using the link below.



How to Speed ​​Up Internet on iPhone, iPad and Mac with Cloudflare DNS

#9. Connection request

You can try to enable the function Connection request at Settings> Wi – Fi. This is not the best solution, as you will need to confirm the connection to each new network, but it can help solve the connection problem.

#10. Wifi help

IOS has a feature Wifi helpwhich provides a more reliable connectionto the internet. Some users claim that disabling and enabling the feature can help solve network problems. To turn off Wi-Fi Help, go to Settings -> Cellularscroll down the screen and press the switch next to Wi-Fi Help.

#eleven. Recovery iphone

If none of the above solutionswill work, the last salvation is to set up your smartphone via iTunes again. Before that, you will need to make a copy from which you can then recover. Read more about this in this article.