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5 Ways To Fix IPhone 6S Not Connecting To Wi-Fi

The iPhone 6s is an amazing device, but as with any other smartphone, owners can experience certain issues. Some iPhone 6s users are complaining about Wi-Fi and the fact they cannot connect to the network. If this bothers you as well, keep on reading because we are going to share 5 ways to fix iPhone 6s not connecting to Wi-Fi.

See also: 5 Ways To Fix iPhone 6 Plus Apps Won’t Load

5 ways to fix iPhone 6s not connecting to Wi-Fi

5 ways to fix iPhone 6s not connecting to Wi-Fi

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Solution No.1: Toggle Airplane mode and Wi-Fi

When it comes to iPhone 6s Wi-Fi issues, start simple. Go to Settings, turn off Wi-Fi, wait a few seconds and turn it back on. Another thing that can fix the problem is this: navigate to Settings, turn on the Airplane mode and turn it back off.

Solution No.2: Restart your iPhone 6s

If toggling Airplane mode and Wi-Fi didn’t fix the problem, restart your device. To do that, 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 is off, press and hold the sleep/wake button again until you see the Apple logo on the screen.

Solution No.3: Set up your connection as new

Follow the steps below:

  • Navigate to Settings > Wi-Fi
  • Find the network you cannot connect to, click on it, select Forget this network and tap Forget.
  • Go back to Settings > Wi-Fi, choose your network and set up the new connection.

Solution No.4: Reset network settings

If iPhone 6s not connecting to Wi-Fi and previous solutions didn’t fix the issue, you can reset network settings. Here is how you can do that:

  • Navigate to Settings
  • Select General > Reset > Reset network settings.

Solution No.5: Toggle off Wi-Fi networking

To do this, go to Settings > Privacy, select Location Services and find Wi-Fi networking under System Services. Turn it off.

 

Many users solved the problem with one of 5 ways to fix iPhone 6s not connecting to Wi-Fi. You can also update the firmware of your router, or perform a factory reset by going to Settings > General > Reset > Erasing all content and settings (but before you do this, don’t forget to backup your data). Wi-Fi will work perfectly!

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