How to fix iPhone 11 Wi-Fi issues

It is hard to imagine using your smartphone without Wi-Fi, right? Sometimes, the phone can’t connect to a Wi-Fi network, or if it does connect the connection keeps dropping. This is beyond annoying, but there are many things that you can do that may help you get rid of it. Let’s see how to fix iPhone 11 Wi-Fi issues.

See also: How to fix iPhone 11 cellular data issues

How to fix iPhone 11 Wi-Fi issues

Solution 1: Toggle Wi-Fi

Go to Settings > Wi-Fi. Turn the Wi-Fi off by toggling the switch and wait for 15-20 seconds. Turn it back on.

Solution 2: Airplane mode

Here is another thing that may help you fix iPhone 11 Wi-Fi issues. Go to Settings > Airplane mode. Turn on this option. Wait for a minute and then turn it off.

Solution 3: Restart your router and modem

Sometimes, the router and modem need a refreshment. So, restart these devices and see if the Wi-Fi works.

Solution 4: Restart your phone

This is another simple, yet effective solution. You know that any time you have some issue with any of your devices, guides suggest restarting the device in question. Well, the same thing is here. Whenever you are having trouble with your iPhone, a restart is one of the solutions that can do the trick. Turn your phone off then back on again.

Solution 5: Forget the Wi-Fi network

Here is another possible solution. What you need to do here is pretty simple. You should forget your network and then connect to it again. Follow the steps below:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap Wi-Fi
  • Tap (i) right next to the name of your network
  • Next, tap Forget this network
  • To confirm tap Forget.

When you are done, go to Settings > Wi-Fi. Choose your network again and type the password.

Solution 6: Reset network settings

When it comes to all kinds of network-related issues, the ones with Bluetooth, mobile data and Wi-Fi, there is an option that can fix it. It is to reset network settings. If you go for this, keep in mind that all the network-related settings will be restored to factory defaults. Here is how to reset network settings:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap General
  • Now tap Reset
  • Look for Reset network settings option
  • If you have a passcode you’ll need to enter it
  • Tap Reset network settings to confirm the action.

Solution 7: Reset all settings

Another solution is to reset all settings to factory defaults. Follow these steps:

  • Navigate to Settings
  • Next, tap General
  • Tap Reset
  • Tap Reset all settings
  • Enter the passcode if required
  • Now tap Reset all settings to confirm.

Solution 8: Erase all content and settings

If nothing seems to be working, perhaps it is the time to go for a factory reset. We always list this solution as the last one, because it is a bit more complex. All of your data will be deleted, and the settings will go to factory defaults. So, before doing anything else, it is crucial to back up all of your data. When you are done, follow the steps below:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap General
  • Tap Reset
  • Next, tap Erase all content and settings
  • If required, you will need to enter your passcode
  • Tap Erase iPhone

This will take some time. Once it is done, you will have to follow the steps on the screen to set up your iPhone as a new device. Hopefully, it will work like a charm.

If you have tried all of the solutions, but you still have trouble connecting to Wi-Fi or if the connection keeps dropping again, contact Apple.