iPhone 6 Not Connecting To Wi-fi is a very common problem that users are facing with their Apple device. Wifi problem is not only limited to iPhone 6, but also android users are facing this same issue. In our other posts, you will find the solution of wifi problem on Galaxy S5, solution of galaxy s3 wifi problem, and more.
However, in this post will tell you the steps on how to fix iPhone 6 Not Connecting To Wi-fi.
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Fixes For iPhone 6 Not Connecting To Wi-fi
There could be several reasons causing this issue, so several steps are there to try on in order to fix the problem.
> First of all, make sure that you have installed iOS 8.1 on your iPhone 6. Navigate to Settings > General > Software Update > Download and install. If iOS 8.1 is already updated, you will see it in the list.
> Reset the router. Unplug it and wait for 45seconds to 1 minute. Then plug it again and it may solve the iPhone 6 Not Connecting To Wi-fi problem. Also restart your device and if you see that the problem is occurring in specific area, then you need to move the router.
> Reset the network settings and check. This step will not remove any data. To do that, go to Settings > Privacy > Location Services > System Services.
Also toggle off the wifi and your iPhone 6. Turn both on and see if the problem is solved.
> Check what channel you are running. If it is above 100, then try the lower end.
> If the bandwidth of your router channel is set to 40 MHz or auto, then change it to 20 MHz and try. Some routers are able to run wireless on 2.4 GHz but they use 40 MHz or auto bandwidth option in the setting. So if your router is 2.4 GHz then change the bandwidth setting to 20 MHz and see if the iPhone 6 Not Connecting To Wi-fi is fixed.
After following all these steps also if the problem persists, then you should contact with Apple service center.