We know that it is frustrating that the phone network fails, so that you cannot connect, check your emails or play videos of kittens in an efficient manner. This feels worse when it is your device that has reception problems, but the height of the highs is that happen all of the above when the equipment is new.
Less than a week ago the iPhone XS went on sale and this was one of the complaints most heard. Many buyers complained of poor cellular connectivity and WiFi, or even speeds even slower than that with their iPhones earlier.
The internet is divided and has several theories as to why this could be happening. Among the theories also proposes a possible solution on Reddit. If you suffer from this problem, you have nothing to lose by trying.
The user Varoeldurr proposes to simply reset the network settings on the phones. We’ll tell you how to do it.
- First, download Speedtest, (if you don’t already have it).
Open the app and look at that location is connected for testing.
Record the results shown by the app both on your phone as a WiFi to have a point of reference.
- Opens the Settingsn your iPhone XS and sees to Generatesl, then Reset and finally Reset network settings.
Make sure to also delete all the networks Wifi are saved and their passwords, as well as any preference of the cellular network or VPNs, saved. (Later, you will have to re-save these data.)
Re-do the test with Speedtest, try to choose the same location and network, and compare the numbers.
If you’re lucky, this will have made a significant difference in the performance. If not, you’ll have to wait to Apple to present a better or official solution.
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