[SOLVED] My iPhone Keeps Disconnecting from WiFi

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Why Does My Smartphone Keep Disconnecting from WiFi? Here Are the Facts

Often times recently you may have noticed that your iPhone or Android smartphone keeps disconnecting from WiFi. That may very well be due to you using bad WiFi hotspots or moving out of their range. But there could also be another reason.

In the case of the iPhone, essential upgrades from Apple are supposed to bring security and functionality improvements. And they do, usually. But sometimes things can go south – like the latest 12.1.4 update from Apple. Or the 12.2 beta 2 release.

According to users, there are still issues with iPhones disconnecting from WiFi on iOS 12. It seems like the latest update did not fix them. However, EdgeWise Connect, an app for your iPhone, can fix that. See below how to always get a stable Internet connection on your iPhone.

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How to Fix iPone WiFi Issues: Keeps Disconnecting from WiFi Networks

Elite Daily have compiled a list of things you should try to fix your iPhone connectivity issues. The top things you should try are:

  1. Enable and disable LTE from Settings – Cellular
  2. Reset network settings on your iPhone
  3. Turn Airplane Mode on for 5 seconds and then turn it off.

If neither of these work, we recommend trying our one-click connection protection app, EdgeWise!

EdgeWise Connect: an Easy Fix for the Issue of iPhone and Android Smartphone Keeps Disconnecting from WiFi

EdgeWise Connect is a streamlined VPN that swoops in whenever necessary to protect your connection. It seamlessly switches you between WiFi and Cellular preventing WiFi issues from interrupting your online activities.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Once you turn on EdgeWise Connect, it runs in the background so you can go about your normal activities.
  2. iPhone keeps disconnecting from WiFi? Stepping out of WiFi range or connecting to a bad hotspot? EdgeWise Connect swoops in to seamlessly move your web traffic over to your cellular connection.
  3. When the WiFi connection is back, the app moves your traffic back over to WiFi. This way, it conserves potentially expensive cellular connections.

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