More and more iPhone users complain that Update to iOS 14, Their device will always lose the connection with the home Wi-Fi in sleep mode. This is the latest development that has undergone an update Embarrassing mistake Restored the new default application customization function.
The problem is most obvious when the affected iPhone is not in use, but even when it is unlocked, the Wi-Fi connection is not automatically established in the way it should be: the user must go to “Settings” and connect manually.
This problem seems to be common, some Twitter user manufacture Complaint Regarding unreliable connections under iOS 14; 158 respondents in the German Apple community line Saying they have the same problem, we found out three similar Threads Equivalent to English.
The problem seems to be unrelated to the newly introduced dedicated MAC address feature; in most forums, users report that this option is turned off on the device. read How to configure routers for Mac and iPhone Suggestions on things to pay attention to when setting up a router. However, resetting the network settings does not always solve the problem.
Obviously, Apple support staff is already aware of these issues, and these issues will be fixed in the next update. It has released the first public beta of iOS 14.2, but the release notes do not contain any references to Wi-Fi issues.
Read our iOS 14 evaluation Detailed recommendations on whether the iPhone should be updated.
This article originally appeared on McQuay. Translated by David Price.
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