“My iPhone keeps dropping WiFi signal of my house router. This happened after my update to 10.3.2, and it randomly shutting off WiFi. I’ve tried power off the phone and then tune on it back to get the WiFi connection again, but this seems not work. Anyone else having this problem and how to fix this iPhone dropping WiFi issue?”
Many people are having this WiFi dropping issue on iPhone, too. And I also got this issue before – it happened when my iPhone was unlocked. Actually there are some basic tricks that you can use to fix it besides restarting your iPhone. Now let’s check them.
How to check what causes “iPhone Wi-Fi dropping”?
- Use another device to connect the Wi-Fi. If another iOS device successfully connect to Wi-Fi, it’s may be the problem of your device.
- Change another Wi-Fi network. You can have a try on another wireless network, such as your neighbor’s. If your network goes fast with another Wi-Fi signal, this issue may be not in your iPhone but the router or the Wi-Fi network.
- Change and use another router. You can change another router and try again to check whether your router get problem to connect the Wi-Fi.
Tricks to fix “iPhone 7 Dropping WiFi Constantly”
- Restart your device.
- Reconnect the Wi-Fi.
- DNS setting. Your DNS may be wrongly changed. You can set the DNS of your Wi-Fi to be Google’s DNS and try again. Go to Settings > WLAN, find the Wi-Fi you are using, and tap the exclamation symbol on the right of your Wi-Fi. Then tap the DNS and change it to “18.104.22.168” or “22.214.171.124”.
- Disable VPN. if you are using VPN, try to disable the VPN and try again.
- Reset Network Settings. This method will remove passwords and lists of all saved WiFi networks on your device. Settings > General > Reset >Reset Network Settings. And after the resetting, join WiFi again, and have a try.
- Reboot the router. Unplug the power of your router. After some minutes, plug your router to power again and try again.
- Restore your device. If your Wi-Fi worked well in iOS 10 but keeps dropping after update to iOS 10.3.2 or iOS 11 public beta, the issue may be caused by the bugs in iOS software, so you can have a downgrade or have a restore, or you can wait for the upcoming update to fix it.
- Repair your iPhone. If your iPhone ever got some physical damage or was born with defect, the WiFi component may not work well. So you need take it to Apple Store for help.