iOS 14.7 News: The iPhone Wi-Fi bug that plagued Apple is being resolved with the latest beta version of iOS 14.7. The final version will be released soon.
Apple from Cupertino has released the iOS 14.6 update, which is full of innovations, in the past months. However, with this update, the iPhone Wi-Fi error appeared. In fact, this was not an error, but an event that occurred with a different encoding of the Wi-Fi name. When a developer named Carl Schou made the Wi-Fi name %p%s%s%s%s%n from his modem and connected to this network from iPhone, the iPhone’s Wi-Fi was breaking.
iPhone Wi-Fi error is solved with the latest update
Wi-Fi was completely disabled when connected to the Wi-Fi named %p%s%s%s%s%n. To fix this, it was necessary to reset the network settings. Apple has also been testing the iOS 14.7 update on its developers for a while. The last Beta version of this update, which is the last warm-up rounds before iOS 15, was released last day. Apple announced that it has solved this problem in the latest beta version Wi-Fi.
The iOS 14.7 update, which is expected to be offered to the end user in the coming weeks, will focus on solving the errors in the system rather than adding innovation to the iPhone. This update will still be available via OTA. According to our estimates, iOS 14.7 will be officially available for download next Monday or Tuesday. Before installing the update, you need to make sure that your iPhone has more than 70 percent charge and that you are connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Apple occasionally encounters such errors in its mobile operating systems. However, the technology giant solves these problems by offering updates quickly and does not victimize its users.