The trendy iPhone 6s is glamorous than any other smartphone. But taking into account, issues associated with them, iPhone is not dissimilar. Complaints have been reported that the device is not connecting to Wi-Fi network. Here are five ways to fix iPhone 6s not connecting to Wi-Fi network.
5 Ways to fix iPhone 6s not connecting to Wi-Fi
1) Toggle Airplane mode and Wi-Fi
Like anything, start simple. Go to Settings and turn off Wi-Fi, wait for sometime and turn it back on. Another thing you should try is this: take Settings, turn on the Airplane mode and turn it back off.
2) Restart your iPhone 6s
If toggling Airplane mode and Wi-Fi didn’t workout, restart your phone. Press and hold the sleep/wake button, and when the slider appears on the screen, drag it and turn your device off. When the phone gets off, press and hold the sleep/wake button again until you see the Apple logo on the screen.
3) Set up your connection as new
This is another way to fix the problem. Navigate to your settings; you can see the Wi-Fi network you cannot connect to. Click on it and select forget this network option and tap forget. Go to your settings again and tap Wi-Fi on. Choose your network and set up anew.
4) Reset network settings
If all the above mentioned solutions didn’t fix your iPhone 6s, you can try resetting your network settings. Just take your settings; select general, click on reset network settings in reset.
5) Toggle off Wi-Fi networking
To do this, Navigate to Settings, choose Privacy, then select Location Services and find Wi-Fi networking under System Services. Turn it off.
Many customers find these methods useful in tackling their iPhone 6s issue of not connecting to Wi-Fi. To add more, you can Either update the firmware of your router, or perform a factory reset by going to Settings > General > Reset > Erasing all content and settings (But make sure you do back up your data before resetting) Your WiFi network is ready.. Happy exploring!