Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Problems in iOS 10 / 10.1 / 10.2

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Wi-Fi and Bluetooth problem have always been one of the most annoying iOS update issues and no exception on iOS 10. If you find your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on your iPhone iPad do not work well, icon Wi-Fi is grayed out; Wi-Fi is running slowly on your iPhone / iPad, Here, the possible solutions to solve these problems:

iPhone / iPad unable to join Wi-Fi network after iOS update

  1. Check if the Wi-Fi button is activated.
  2. Turn off your router for 30 seconds, then restart.
  3. Restart your iPhone / iPad.
  4. Forget your Wi-Fi network and join again: Go to Settings> Wi-Fi> Find your Wi-Fi network> Tap on the info brand> Tap Forget this network.
  5. Reset network settings

iPhone / iPad disconnects from Wi-Fi automatically

  1. Check if this problem has also happened on your other devices
  2. Renew the lease: Go to Settings> Wi-Fi> Click on the brand> Click Renew the lease.
  3. Forget about this network: Settings> Wi-Fi> Find the Wi-Fi network you want> Click on the brand name > Choose to Forget this network.
  4. Reset the network configuration: Settings> General> Reset> Reset network settings.

Wi-Fi runs slowly on your iPhone / iPad

  1. Discover this is a network or iDevice problem. In other words, check if other devices or laptops have the same problem.
  2. Update iDevice to the current version of iOS.
  3. Default iOS change DNS to Google DNS.
  4. Reset the network settings.
  5. Disable Q0S, MMS, WMM on your router.
  6. Changing the wireless channel between 1, 6 and 11.
  7. Turn off background applications.


Wi-Fi Problems on the iOS 10 - 10.1 - 10.2 Device
Wi-Fi Problems on the iOS 10 – 10.1 – 10.2 Device
Problems with Bluetooth on iOS 10 device
Problems with Bluetooth on iOS 10 device

If the Wi-Fi button is dimmed

  1. Upgrade your iPad iPhone to the latest iOS version
  2. Reset network settings to iDevice.
  3. Restart Force iDevice
  4. iDevice Backup and Restore
  5. Reset your router

Bluetooth does not work under iOS 10

  • Method 1. Check and make sure that Bluetooth is turned on.
  • Method 2. Make sure the Bluetooth accessory and the device are nearby.
  • Method 3. Turn off Bluetooth and restart your iPhone iPad.
  • Method 4. Pause pairing of the Bluetooth accessory, place it in detection mode, and then twin it and connect it again.

For more information, see this article in detail: Top 5 Wi-Fi and Bluetooth Problems in iOS 10.

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