New Update iOS 17.2 will fix Wi-Fi connectivity issues


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The upcoming iOS 17.2 update should fix various Wi-Fi issues that some iPhone users have experienced since iOS 17 was released, according to iClarified.

In response to a bug report filed by the website, Apple said the first iOS 17.2 beta released last week addresses Wi-Fi connectivity issues, although the company did not provide any specific details. Some users have complained about slow Wi-Fi speeds and dropped connections, but it's unclear how widespread the issues are.

iOS 17.2 is expected to be released to the public in December, so there are still several weeks remaining until the update will be available to all users.

iOS 17.2 includes many new features and changes, including the promised Journal app, the ability for Apple Music subscribers to collaborate on playlists, a Translate option for the Action button on iPhone 15 Pro models, an iMessage Contact Key Verification security option, additional Weather and Clock widgets, and more.



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I am looking forward for this feature: iMessage Contact Key Verification


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It has been nearly two weeks since Apple released the iOS 17.2.1 update. And it appears that many people have been experiencing connectivity issues on their iPhones. The recent update was rather odd, since it came without a proper change log. However, users in Japan were able to view the release notes, which had mentioned that iOS 17.2.1 included a bug fix for an issue that was causing the battery on devices to drain faster.

Over 360 users have voted "me too" saying they are also facing the problem with their own iPhones, so this is definitely not an isolated issue. Some T-Mobile and Verizon customers have contacted their service provider and replaced their SIM to no avail. Even Apple Store employees were unable to assist people who were affected by the issue. There are also reports that iOS 17.2.1 is causing iPhones to overheat.

ZDNet has suggested a few workarounds that may be help you resolve the connectivity problem.
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