Apple has just pushed an urgent update to address the alarming security issues inflicted by the prior updates to iOS 12. The recently rolled out version is iOS 12.1.4. Its main purpose is to fix the FaceTime bug that allows iPhone users to be spied by other iPhone users when using FaceTime photos and videos.
Network problems in mobile devices may transpire in various symptoms. And one of the most widespread is No Internet connection. There are also instances when the transpiring symptom seems to be a bit odd. An example of this is when a device cannot access the Internet even if it’s already connected to Wi-Fi network. This
Old and new smartphones can give into network problems at any time and the transpiring symptoms may vary. The solutions highlighted in this post are specifically applied to the new iPhone XS Max that has no Internet access even if it’s already connected to the Wi-Fi network. Odd as it may sound but it happens
In order to access the Internet and use online services on your smartphone, it has to be connected to a Wi-Fi network. For as long as the Wi-Fi network is properly set up and your phone has strong Wi-Fi signal, everything should work as intended. That’s how it’s supposed to work. But in some instances,
Many iPhone users including those with iPhone SE were raising various complaints after installing the iOS 11 update on their iOS devices. Among the commonly raised issues is on the Wi-Fi connection that suddenly becomes unstable or keeps browsing as well as slow Internet browsing. If you happen to be one of the affected users,
When your iPhone refuses to connect to Wi-Fi, it may be due to a problem with the wireless router or something is wrong with your device. Your device cannot connect to Wi-Fi if you’re in a network router-to-modem setup and that the router is actually not connected to the modem. The same thing happens when
Various types of network errors can occur in smartphones. Cannot connect to Wi-Fi, connected to Wi-Fi but no Internet access, and other wireless connectivity issues can occur and reoccur at any time regardless of which phone or carrier you are on. Here in this context, I will tackle and try to address one of the
Wi-Fi issues in smartphones are inevitable. They can occur at any time on various types of smartphones — old or new ones. And the highest-tiered devices like Apple’s newest and pricey iPhone XS is no exception. Fortunately, such problems can be remedied at home by some workarounds unless network outage or hardware damage is present.
Wi-Fi signal issues are often tied to network outages, account-related problems and firmware issues on the router or router. There are also some cases where the problem is attributed to software problems on the connected device from incorrect network settings to bad updates. The worst possible cause would be hardware damage to either the network
Wi-Fi problems in mobile devices can be tied to several attributes including server problems, firmware crashes, random software glitches, network outage, hardware-related and account-related issues. This therefore denotes the need for you to look into both the software and hardware aspects when dealing with these problems. Tackled in this post is a similar issue transpiring
Many people are now opting for wireless file sharing. Aside from the cloud, there are also other more ways to share files wirelessly among smart devices. If you own an Apple device, then you can make use of Apple’s extremely cool and useful feature called AirDrop. With AirDrop, you can transfer almost anything that you