Your iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro Max is constantly disconnecting from Wi Fi. This could be a sign that your iPhone is not connecting to the router or modem properly.
Wi-Fi connectivity issues are often less to do your iPhone and more with the internet connection.
It’s frustrating when your iPhone keeps freezing while you try to view a video. This is because your phone has a weak connection. Wi Fi issues can be very common regardless of your phone model or configuration. There are many ways to fix iPhone 12 Wi Fi signal problems that will not stop disconnecting.
What should you do if your Wi Fi keeps dropping on iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro?
You should rule out simple fixes if your iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro is losing Wi-Fi.
You must ensure that your iPhone is not accidentally set to Airplane Mode.
Verify that you are connecting to the right Wi-Fi network and that your password is correct.
Install any iOS update that is available.
The best solution after that is to turn it off and then turn it on again.
Restart your router and iPhone
There’s a good chance your iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro won’t connect to Wi-Fi correctly.
The router acts as a mini-computer, with a CPU, memory and local storage. It runs in an operating system. Restarting your router can solve Wi-Fi issues with iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro. To ensure that all capacitors are fully charged and memory is clear, it is a good idea to wait 10 seconds before turning off the router. This will ensure that any router settings that could be causing the problem are reset.
Start the Settings app, go to General, then tap Shut Down.
To turn off your Wi Fi router, you can use either the main wall switch or the physical button on the router.
Now wait a moment and then turn on your iPhone. This is the best way to fix Wi-Fi problems on your iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro.
Try the following solution if your iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro doesn’t connect to WiFi but you don’t have internet access.
Update Router Firmware
To ensure that any known bugs are fixed, you should update your router’s firmware. Regular updates are recommended as firmware upgrades for Wi-Fi routers can improve performance, fix bugs, and help with security. For instructions on how to update your Router, refer to the manufacturer’s guide.
Rejoin Wi-Fi Network instead
If your iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro fails to connect to a wi-Fi network, tap on the name of the network and select “Forget This Network”. Once you have done this, you can rejoin the network (you will need to enter the password) to see if it is stronger.
Turn off VPN
VPN is one of the most common causes of iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro WiFi problems. You can disable VPN by going to the Settings app. To disable VPN, open the Settings app. Navigate to VPN settings to change the Status toggle to Disabled from Connected to Unconnected. You can disable VPN temporarily by opening the VPN app if you’re unable to do so.
Reset network Settings
No luck? Next, reset your iPhone’s network settings to get a fresh start.
In the Setting app scroll down to Reset.
To confirm the reset, tap “Reset network settings”. Next, enter your iPhone’s password. The phone will reboot, but your data and apps won’t be lost.
Force restart your iPhone
These steps will force your iPhone to restart.
Step 1 – Quickly press the volume down button and release it.
Step 2 – Quickly press the volume down and release the button.
Step 3 – Press and hold the side buttons for approximately ten seconds. The iPhone will restart automatically.
Verify that your iPhone has a stable internet connection. Try the following solution if your iPhone 12 Pro or iPhone 12 Pro is still losing Wi-Fi connectivity.
Reset your iPhone
These steps will restore your iPhone factory default.
Step 1 – Open the Settings app for your iPhone
Step 2 – Tap General
Step 3 – Scroll down and tap reset
Step 4 – Select “Erase All Content and Settings”, and then follow the prompts to reset iPhone.
Contact your carrier network, or Apple Support
If your iPhone 12 Pro/iPhone 12 is still not working after all these steps, you might need to contact Apple support or your internet provider.
If your iPhone 12 has stopped connecting to Wi-Fi but not the Internet, we trust that one of these solutions worked. You now know how to fix Wi-Fi disconnections on your iPhone 12 mini or iPhone 12 Pro Max.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have in the comments below.