Despite the fact that iOS is one of the operating systems with the fewest bugs available in the market, the truth is that every now and then vulnerabilities or issues are discovered that can affect users. Some time ago an error appeared that could turn off your iPhone’s Wi-Fi while connecting to a certain network and today far from having been corrected by an update of the operating system, it has been further strengthened.
And, apparently, a new user found out that the bug where you can lose Wi-Fi functionality on your iPhone doesn’t just work with the old name, ‘% p% s% s% s% s% n’ dont we have already spoken in his time and that it was quite complex to remember, but this also happens with other slightly simpler variants
Connecting to a Wi-Fi network with that name on iPhone may prevent you from reconnecting to other networks
In this case, as 9to5Mac shared, it seems that everything goes through the social network Twitter, where Carl Schou shared information about this bug. Apparently, If in the list of Wi-Fi networks you find a network with the name ‘% secretclub% power’ and you try to connect, your iPhone no longer allows you to activate or deactivate this function
Seriously, I still don’t have WiFi pic.twitter.com/AaF9IQBvCp
– Carl Schou (@vm_call) July 4, 2021
As can be seen in the picture, The option to turn on iPhone Wi-Fi is completely unavailable. Also, in the previous case, we saw how it was possible to recover the function when resetting the network settings of the device, but according to reports, it looks like this time it is not possible to recover it, at least in some cases, complicating the situation and making it necessary to completely restore the device or to contact the technical assistance service.
In this way, It seems obvious that in the iOS code there is some kind of bug that blocks Wi-Fi when connecting to networks that contain footage What % p O % s in their network names or SSIDs. It is to be expected that, as soon as possible, Apple will release a new version of the operating system in an attempt to correct said failure or bug in iOS.