iOS 4.3.3 Users Reporting WiFi Issues on iPhones, iPads


It seems that many users are experiencing WiFi connectivity issues on devices running the latest iOS 4.3.3. These issues are nothing new to iOS but this time it appears they’re affecting iPhone and iPod touch models as well. A device fails to connect to a network or is unable to navigate; the WiFi icon doesn’t appear in the statusbar even if the device is actually connected; the device randomly disconnects from a network.

Though, there’s no need to panic. If iOS really has a WiFi bug, you can stay assured Apple will fix it soon with a software update — if the reports will get stronger in the next weeks, Apple will issue a new version of iOS like they did before. And don’t forget that that having a proper network configuration helps a lot; if the issue is not in the network, resetting your iOS settings to factory usually helps in resolving all WiFi connectivity problems.

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Written by Svetlana Osipova

Friday, May 13, 2011. 18:36

2 Responses to 'iOS 4.3.3 Users Reporting WiFi Issues on iPhones, iPads'

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  1. This Wifi issue has been going on since 3.0



    17 May 11 at 3:15 am

  2. Apple will not acknowledge the Wifi problem
    So don't hold your breath.



    17 May 11 at 3:19 am

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