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Are you having Wi-Fi issues with your iOS 9.3 devices? Almost all iOS device users usually face these Wi-Fi issues occasionally and it is one of the major problems people face most. Despite the fact that Apple has always tried their best to fix all these stubborn issues, they usually keep on increasing. Most of these Wi-Fi issues are usually from the Motherboard. 

And the fact here is that the Wi-Fi issues have not been eradicated yet on iOS 9.3.1 because some iPhone user also came across the same thing on iOS 9. Some report that their device doesn’t connect to the network, while the others complain that the device often disconnects from the Wi-Fi.

Are you experiencing these issues, are looking for some handy tricks to resolve it? Then you are in the right place. We’ve outlined some handy tips you can use to resolve all Wi-Fi issues you are facing. 

Restart Your iOS Device

Restart your iPhone and then try to connect it to the WiFi network. Generally, restarting your iPhone device may solve some Wi-Fi issues.

How to Restart iPhone or iPad devices

Now, press and hold down the sleep/wake button at the same time for about ten seconds until you see the Apple logo onscreen.

Rebooting your router

You can try to reboot your router, modem and other network devices you are using.

Forgetting Wi-Fi Network

Try forgetting the Wi-Fi network on your device and then try to rejoin it. Follow the below steps to forget Wi-Fi network.

So open Settings, tap on Wi-Fi.

Then tap on the name of the network.

So tap on Forget This Network.

Toggle on/off Wi-Fi Assist

Wi-Fi Assist is a new feature that is included to iOS 9. Wi-Fi assist allows your device connect to the cellular data each time there is poor WiFi network. So you can try to toggle on/off the Wi-Fi assist.

Now open Settings, then tap on Cellular/Mobile Data.

Then scroll down; then toggle On/Off Wi-Fi Assist.

Use OpenDNS or Google DNS

You can try to modify the DNS server of your iOs device to OpenDNS or Google DNS to resolve the speed or connectivity issue. Follow the below steps to do so.

So open Settings, then tap on Wi-Fi.

Then you can tap on the name of the network to see details like IP Address, Subnet Mask, Router, and DNS.

So tap on the numbers next to the DNS. Now, you will have to type Google DNS in primary DNS or secondary DNS separated by a comma (, Instead, use the OpenDNS.,

Disabling Location Services for Wi-Fi Networking

You can also try to turn off Location Services for Wi-Fi Networking in order to solve this issue.

So navigate to Settings -> Privacy.

Then tap on Location Services, and then tap on System Services.

Then tap the toggle button to toggle off the Wi-Fi networking.

Resetting Network Settings

You can also try to reset the network settings. This may also help you fix the problem at once.

So open Settings app, then tap on General.

Then scroll down and tap on Reset, now tap on Reset Network Settings. 

Then you’ll be prompted to enter if you have it enabled, then go ahead and click on "Reset Network Settings".

Reset All Settings

After you must have tried all the methods and the problems still persist, then you’ll have to reset all settings. 

Navigate to Settings -> General.

Then scroll down and tap on Reset.  Now tap on Reset All Settings. Then enter your password and then tap on "Reset All settings.

Restore Your Device to Factory Settings

So, if the above solutions don’t work for you also, then as a last option you’ll have to restore your device to factory settings. So make sure you’ve backed up your device before you can proceed to this method. 

Now connect your iPhone to Mac or Computer.

Open iTunes app and select your device.

Then click on “Restore iPhone” in the summary panel.

So click on “Restore” again to confirm. By doing this, it will wipe out your device data and install the latest version of iOS. And also make sure your Mac or PC is connected to the internet, so that it can install latest version of iOS.

After trying all above solutions provided in this article, and the problem hasn’t been fixed yet. You can take it to a technician who can help you to check whether there is problem with Wi-Fi card on the Motherboard.

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