Apple released iOS 8.1.1, iOS 8.1.2 and then iOS 8.1.3 for all the latest iOS devices including iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. This new firmware update actually fixed some bugs along with performance improvements and increased stability.
But Apple always facing the Wi-Fi issues even after releasing several beta versions since lots of Wi-Fi complaints are submitted on Apple’s Discussion forum, since the latest iOS 8.1.3 firmware failed to deal with this issue. If you are facing the same issue then here is an easy fix for iOS 8.1.x Wi-Fi issue.
iOS 8.1.x WiFi Issue With Easy Fix
To fix this issue, you need to reset your device’s network settings. This is definitely the easy way to solve the Wi-Fi issue within a few minutes.
Reset the Wi-Fi Settings:
- Hard reset your device by holding down Sleep/Wake and Home buttons for 10 seconds.
- When the black screen appears with Apple logo, release these two buttons.
- Remove your Wi-Fi settings for instance DNS and password
- Open the Settings on your iOS device
- Navigate to General –> Reset and tap on the “Reset Network Settings” option.
- Start the Settings app again. The problem should be fixed and you might be able to find your personal Hotspot.
If this doesn’t work then reboot your Wi-Fi router or modem to check whether it works or not. Perhaps you’ve fixed the WiFi issue for iOS 8 problem? Is it not the missing any longer? People who even now cannot find their Wi-Fi after these fixes, are encouraged to share their complications.