If you have troubles with connecting Wi-Fi on your iPad, we now have solutions for you as many people faced this issue after updating their iOS 10. However, the fix for the problem is very easy. Here are solutions to fix iPad not connecting to Wi-Fi on your iPad running on iOS 9 and iOS 10.
Check the Wi-Fi Connection on Your iPad
First, you should check your Wi-Fi connection on your iPad. To do that, connect your iPad with your Wi-Fi network and check the connection status whether it is stable or not. If the connection is stable, the issue is absolutely on your iPad. Now you should try other methods to fix this issue.
Forget and Reconnect to the Wi-Fi Network
Another quick and efficient way to fix your iPad not connecting to Wi-Fi issue is forgetting your Wi-Fi and reconnecting it. If you have been connecting a Wi-Fi network for a long time, it might cause some errors and issues in the network of your iPad. The issue also happens if you switch between different Wi-Fi networks or your cellular network to many times. To fix this:
- First you will have to forget your Wi-Fi, including all the settings and password of your Wi-Fi.
- Then, go to Settings and tap on Wi-Fi.
- Finally, Select that network and tap Forget This Network.
After forgetting the Wi-Fi network, you should restart your iPad . Now reconnect your iPad to your WiFi network, and check it will fix the issues.
Reset Network Settings
The last solution to fix the issue is resetting your network settings. This will reset all your network settings to default and can probably fix all the issues relating to network and sharing. To do this, go to Settings app on your iPad and then tap on the General option. Now select reset and tap on Reset Network Settings. Eventually, it will reset your network settings and hopefully to fix your network problems.