A few weeks ago, a user of Twitter found out how if an iPhone is connected to a Wi-Fi network with the name “% p% s% s% s% n” Without the quotes, the device lost all Wi-Fi connectivity permanently, so this was a very dangerous error that Apple seems to have resolved with the latest beta of iOS 14.7.
According to YouTube Zollotech through the last video posted on his channel, Apple fixed this problemNot to mention him in the details of the latest beta he launched a few days ago, a version that is only available to developers.
When it was discovered that this failed, many were curious users who they rushed to try it, leaving your devices without a Wi-Fi connection. The only solution, at least for most of the curious who tried this feature, was to go through Reset network settings. In this way, Wi-Fi connectivity was again available on the device.
Apple has been testing iOS 14.7 for several weeks both among the developer community and among public beta users, so it’s just a matter of days, Cupertino’s. publish the final version
iOS 14.7 will almost certainly be the last update the iPhone receives before iOS 15, until another similar security issue is detected again. Presumably, this issue is also fixed in the latest iOS 15 beta released by Apple, both the developer version and the user version that is part of the public beta.