Wi-Fi problems on iOS 8 and iOS 8.1, let’s see how to fix them
With the latest updates of Apple’s operating systems, both in the mobile and Mac fields, the company seems to be experiencing some problems in relation to Wi-Fi connections. In fact, many users report connection speed problems, or even loss of network connection, with theirs iPhone and iPad with iOS 8 and iOS 8.1. Today we will see what could be the solution to these problems, thanks to the indications that we will follow below.
If you are having problems connecting your device to Wi-Fi networks, or when you are connected to them you have slow browsing, today we are going to see how you can solve these problems on your iPhones and iPads with iOS 8 and iOS 8.1.
What we’re going to do is just one manual DNS setting used for the connection, going to use those of Google, which should guarantee connections with better stability and speed, helping web pages to load faster on your device. This is obviously a solution to the problem, for real corrections we will have to wait for news from the next versions of the Apple mobile operating system.
- first start the Settings application on your iPhone or iPad,
- press on Wi-Fi and click on the ‘i’ next to the network name,
- look for the DNS entry, and manually enter these two values 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206
- save everything and run a test to check now what is the speed of the Wi-Fi connection.
In several cases this solution has allowed to obtain better results in Wi-Fi connections, leave us a comment about it and indicate if you have found improvements with the implementation of this procedure.