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
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
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.
This post highlights some standard procedures and generic solutions to address an issue regarding Wi-Fi connection failure on the new Apple iPhone XR device. To get some inputs on what to do in case your new iPhone won’t connect to Wi-Fi as it should, scroll down and read this post. Before going further, if you
Post-update issues are as inevitable as network errors in mobile devices and network errors can occur among other post-update issues. In this context, I will tackle the latter which is on a post-update network error transpiring on the special edition iPhone (SE), following the iOS 11.3.1 update implementation. The main issue is on the iPhone
Aside from battery life, wireless connectivity issues like Wi-Fi drops, no Internet, and other Wi-Fi errors have likewise surfaced among the widespread problems encountered by many iDevice users following the iOS 11 rollout in September of last year. In fact, Apple has promptly released the first update (iOS 11.0.1) on the 26th of the same