Try reconnecting to your wireless router after your i Phone reboots.
If it still won’t connect, it’s time to take a look at your wireless router.
Just like on your i Phone and your computer, the software built into your wireless router can crash.
The router may still broadcast the Wi-Fi network, but the built-in software doesn’t respond when a device tries to connect.
I’ll show you how to fix it on the next page of this article.
By far one of the best features of i OS is wireless syncing and backing up, as the name implies it allows you to wirelessly transfer apps, music, books, contacts, calendars, movies, photos, everything you had to use a wired sync for, but it’s done through the air.
Maybe your computer connects, maybe your friend’s i Phone connects, or maybe no devices will connect at all.
Maybe your i Phone connects to every Wi-Fi network except for one, or maybe it doesn’t connect to any networks at all.
There are a lot of maybes when it comes to diagnosing and solving this problem, but I’ll help you get to the bottom of it.
The technician asks the customer to connect to Wi-Fi inside the store, and most of the time, it works.
That’s the first step in diagnosing this issue, and the first question you should ask yourself: If you don’t have another Wi-Fi network to use to test your i Phone, go to Starbucks, your local library, or your friend’s house and try to connect to their Wi-Fi.