Recently, many iPhone users have left their comment on official Apple discussion forum that their iPhone keeps dropping WiFi. They want to understand what makes such a problem and how to solve it. In general, the unstable WiFi network connection of the iPhone is mainly the problem of the WiFi itself. For example, the iPhone is too far away from the router, the WiFi signal is not that good, or there are too many users connecting to the WiFi. Read on to find out how to resolve the iPhone keeps dropping wifi problem.
Firstly, check the WiFi signal of your device, the WiFi signal generally has four bars. If the signal has only one or two bars, the WiFi will easily become unstable and drops network speed. For the issue of weak signal, the best solutions is to use the iPhone near the router as much as possible to improve the signal strength, or replace a better router covering a stronger the WiFi signal.
In some public places, such as companies or shopping malls, your iPhone will also keep losing WiFi even if the WiFi signal is full. It is normal as too many devices connected to the same WiFi at the same time. Due to the limited number of connected devices that router supports to, too many device connections will definitely cause the instability.
If the iPhone keeps losing WiFi connection at home, you can check the WiFi signal or whether any fault happen on the router. Restart the router may be a better bet.
When the iPhone is locked or going to into low power mode, the WiFi will automatically switch to a hot standby mode. It has not shut off actually. This feature is designed to save the battery usage of iPhone.
If you have troubleshoot the routers and network problem, try reset the network settings on your device is recommended. Here are the details: Head over to iPhone Settings and select General-Reset, click the option of ‘Reset Network Settings’. This action will delete all network settings and returning them to factory defaults.
The WiFi internet connection will not work as usual if there is a DND problem on ISP. Try to change the DNS to Google's DNS or Open DNS's Settings.
Step 1. Go to Settings on iPhone. Clock on ‘WiFi’.
Step 2. Tick the lowercase ‘i’ icon and icon.
Step 3. Click on the numbers next to DNS and change the numbers to Google's DNS (220.127.116.11 or 18.104.22.168).
The WiFi will keeps disconnect with iPhone if the Auto-join option is turned off on iPhone. You need to turn on this Auto-join feature to check whether the problem can be fixed.
Step 1. Click Settings on iPhone.
Step 2. Select Wi-Fi. Click on the letter (i) next to the name of WiFi network.
Step 3. Toggle to enable the Auto-Join if it is disabled. Your WiFi network connection may be stable if the feature is enabled.
Various bugs related to iOS system will occur when you choose to upgrade your iOS system to the newest iOS 13 and iOS 12, etc. FoneGeek iOS System Recovery will be a good assistant to fix this kind of issues in only a few clicks. It is easy to use without affecting the existing data on your iPhone 11, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XR, etc.
Here are the core features of FoneGeek iOS System Recovery:
How to Fix iPhone Keeps Dropping WiFi with iOS System Recovery.
Step 1. Download the iOS System Recovery program from the official site or the button above on your computer.
Step 2. Open it up and select ‘Repair’ on the main window.
Step 3. You will be prompted to connect your device to computer. Click ‘Start’.
Step 4. This program will automatically detect the device information and the firmware package that you need. Click ‘Fix Now’ to start the fix process.
Do not disconnect your iPhone with computer during the fix process. Or the whole process will be interrupted.
By Joan J. Mims
Posted on May 05, 2018, 14:19:16
Joan J. Mims is interested in researching all tips about iPhone, iPad and Android. He loves to share useful ideas with all users.