Apple released iOS 14.7 beta to fix bug that caused certain network names to disable your iPhone’s Wi-Fi


Apple made and to the public beta version iOS 14.7 available to registered developers, reports the YouTuber Zollotech. The latest beta of iOS and iPadOS 14.7 fixes a bug that disabled the Wi-Fi connection if the user connected to wireless networks with specific names such as “% p% s% s% s% s% n”. The latest update for the iPhone, and the iPad is currently only available in the beta version. This new firmware has therefore corrected the bug that disabled the Wi-Fi connection on devices.

It was enough to connect the iPhone or iPad to a Wi-Fi SSID with the name “% p% s% s% s% s% n” to permanently disable the Wi-Fi capabilities of the devices. Some users have solved by resetting the network settings only, others had to completely reset their iPhones or iPads.

However, the bug was fixed with iOS 14.7, whose public release is expected by the end of July.

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