A recent stat read that already more than 30% of the users of iOS have upgraded to iOS 7. Say what you like about how the whole system is so much more colorful than iOS 6, ut general consensus is that people absolutely love it. They love how even a three year old device, in case of an iPhone 4 has turned into a brand new phone. This also triggers the age old question of how Apple continues to do so well with rolling out updates while Android suffers due to fragmentation.
One issue we have been facing pretty actively after updating our devices to iOS 7 has been relatively poor performance of Wi-Fi. We briefly have alluded to it in several posts previously where we have talked about iOS 7. However, until Apple resolve the issue with an official update, here are three things you could try to fix this problem.
The first way of solving the issue is to reset the network settings, to do this, here is what you need to do.
Once done, you should be able to receive better Wi-Fi signal on the device. In case this solution does not work out, you can try one of the following methods too to be able to get a better Wi-Fi reception.
The second method involves three steps that are familiar to you but works incredibly well.
2) Try the method of ‘Forget the Network’. To do this, simply go to the W-Fi which your device is connected to and click on the small ‘i’ icon next to the network name. Click ‘Forget this Network’. You can connect to the network once again after this and hopefully have better Wi-Fi performances.
3) If none of these work, simply backup your smartphone and go ahead and reset the phone.
Hopefully one of these three methods would help you to get a better Wi-Fi performance out of your iPhone. If they do not work, you can only hope that Apple would rectify the issues in the iOS 7.1 update.