How to Fix Wi-Fi Not Working in iOS 11

The new Apple iOS 11 version is officially rolled out to all iOS devices, which was filled with numerous new features including Customize Control Center, Screen Recording, and Wi-Fi sharing. But every new release also comes with some glitches and same goes for the new iOS 11 update as millions of users are complaining about “Wi-Fi not working in iOS 11” issue. The problem happens to all Apple devices, which are running on the new OS. If you are facing a similar difficulty, simply follow the troubleshooter to help resolve Wi-Fi issue.

Fix Wi-Fi Not Working in iOS 11 Devices

  1. Reboot your Device

Rebooting your device can sort out the connectivity issue in iOS 11. Simply press and hold the Power button until you see the Apple logo, and then try the connection again.

  1. Forget the Wi-Fi Network and Join Again

If your Wi-Fi password is handy, then go to Wi-Fi settings, tap on the (i) next to the current Wi-Fi and choose ‘Forget this Wi-Fi network’. After that, reconnect to it. If Wi-Fi is still not working in iOS 11, try the next solutions.

  1. Disable VPN and Test Wi-Fi Again

If there is a VPN app installed on your device, the high chance is that it can interfere with your device’s capability to connect to Wi-Fi hotspot. Just remove the VPN app and try reconnecting to the Wi-Fi.

You should also disable the Wi-Fi calling and Wi-Fi assists that might help you sort out the connectivity issue.

  1. Change Google DNS to Custom DNS

Head to Settings > Wi-Fi > Network > Manual under DNS. After that, tap on Add Server and type in 8.8.8.8 or 8.8.4.4. Save and check if the problem is fixed.

  1. Connect Other Devices To Same Wi-Fi Network

Check to see if other devices are working well on the current network. This helps you analyze if the iOS connectivity issue is restricted to a particular device or the issue comes from your device.

  1. Connect Your Phone To Another Wi-Fi Network

You can test your device on another Wi-Fi network and check if the issue disappears such as your cellular network, or the café’s Wi-Fi.

  1. Reboot your Router or Modem

Many times, Wi-Fi’s issues can be solved just by restarting your Wi-Fi router. Simply power it off and wait for 2-3 minutes, then turn it back on and check if the issue is resolved.

Also read: How to Turn Off 5 Most Annoying Features in iOS 11

  1. Reset Network Settings

Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Doing this will reset all Wi-Fi networks, your saved Wi-Fi passwords, cellular settings, APN, and VPN.

  1. Restore iOS Device from the Latest Backup

You can take the latest backup and then restore it on your device. After that, try connecting to your wireless network again.

We hope with these tips you can fix the Wi-Fi connectivity issue on your iOS device. Let us know if solutions were helpful for you and how is your overall experience with the new iOS 11.