We all know that our daily life is closely connected with Wi-Fi. To a part of users, the even cannot live without Wi-Fi. But in sometimes, it is very hard for us to fix the case of iPhone 7 keeps disconnecting from Wi-Fi. So below we are going to follow the easy guide to fix this issues.
How to fix a disabled iPhone Wi-Fi switch
There are at least two ways which have proven to fix the issue. The first method is to use the iPhone’s settings as described below:
Step 1: Open the Settings app on the iPhone and ensure Airplane Mode is disabled.
Step 2: Navigate to General > Reset and tap “Reset Network Settings”.
Note: Resetting network settings will remove all saved Wi-Fi passwords from the iPhone.
Step 3: Restart the iPhone. To restart the iPhone press and hold both the Sleep and Home buttons until you see the iPhone screen go black.
If this doesn’t help and you still have the iPhone Wi-Fi switch greyed out, make sure to upgrade your iOS to the latest available version.
Apple also recommends to use iTunes and restore the iPhone.
Note: Upgrading your iOS or restoring the iPhone via iTunes. Be sure to backup your iPhone. To learn more about backing up iOS data, please refer to the following page: Backup iPhone Data.
How to use iTunes to Restore iPhone 7 from backup iPhone Data
Step 1: Will placing the iPhone in a freezer fix the Wi-Fi switch from being greyed out? There are certain forum threads which deem an alternative solution to fix the Wi-Fi issue.
Step 2: According to at least one discussion in the Apple community forums, placing the iPhone in a zipper bag and putting it in a freezer is believed to resolve the problem, albeit temporarily.
Step 3: The reason behind putting the iPhone in a zipper bag and then in your refrigerator’s freezer compartment is that the low temperature will cool down the overheated Wi-Fi radio chip.
Step 4: This will in turn trigger iOS 10 to enable back the iPhone Wi-Fi hardware. We have not tested this method and we do not recommend it. The quick temperature shift between your room and the freezer could potentially damage the iPhone.
If at this point your iPhone WiFi continues to be dim, you must contact Apple directly.
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