At times, the Wi-Fi connection pertaining to iOS devices behaves strangely due to –
- Problem in connecting to the network
- Internet access issue
- Unexpected Wi-Fi signal
- No automatic connection with Wi-Fi
Follow the below mentioned step-by-step instructions to troubleshoot Wi-Fi connectivity issues:
Make sure your Mac device lies within the access range of Wi-Fi router.
Now tap on “Settings >> Wi-Fi”. Turn “Off” the Wi-Fi and then turn it “On. When Wi-Fi settings are found dimmed, carry on with the process.
Confirm DSL modem or Wi-Fi router is connected properly with the power supply source and turned on. If it is not so, talk about it with the Internet service provider or the network administrator.
Restart your Mac device.
Again tap on “Settings >> Wi-Fi” and try to locate “Wi-Fi network”.
Connect with the preferred Wi-Fi network. Wi-Fi password must be required for accomplishing this step.
Turn the Wi-Fi router “ON and OFF”. If the same ISP provider offers you phone or cable services, ensure to check them for verifying smooth services.
Then you can “Update your Device” to latest software version.
Update Wi-Fi router to latest firmware.