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  • RecordingArts Level 1 Level 1

    Hey Guys, I was having WiFi issues with my new iPhone 5, I reluctantly did a restore and it's fine, so give it a shot.

  • AndyDoc80 Level 1 Level 1

    See how long that lasts for..... i've done same and no joy

  • Everydaynormalguy Level 1 Level 1

    My signal strength is fine but the wifi just doesn't work. It works on 4 other devices just fine, but when I turn wifi on on the iPhone 5 I got yesterday, it says full signal but no data flows. I have to turn wifi off and use my data plan at the moment. Any fix for this?

  • KBC1 Level 1 Level 1

    I am having the same problem but it keeps telling me that the password is not valid and I know that it is because my 4 works

  • Everydaynormalguy Level 1 Level 1

    I turned the phone off and on and it started working again. Not sure how many times per day I will have to do this ...

  • Cerbera42 Level 1 Level 1

    Done, sadly no difference. I am sat 3 ft from my router with 2 bars of signal, if I move away it drops out completely.


    This is so annoying as I use my phone a lot to browse the web at home.

  • Cerbera42 Level 1 Level 1

    Seems like we are not on our own with this problem.


  • kbhesser Level 1 Level 1

    Having same problem. Also can not use data same time as talking on the phone and this is on AT&T network. Gonna try and swap it with another.

  • Kevjfar Level 1 Level 1

    HI everyone. I had the same issue on my iPhone 5 re: if I was within 2 meters of my router it was fine, but as I started to walk away, the wifi dropped. And if I went to the settings for wifi, it wouldn't even be able to locate (show) my router. I walked around the house with my iphone 5 and iphone 4 and snapped pictures of them both showing the iphone 4 finding my router (as well as other routers in the neighborhood) and the iPhone 5 finding none (just in case I needed to show them at the apple store.)


    I scheduled an appointment at an Apple Store and the phone had the same issue at the store in not finding the Apple Store wifi. The Apple employee was super, within 5 minutes I had a new phone, they assumed a faulty antenna. We tested it right at the store and it was picking up wifi fine. Had it since yesterday afternoon and it is working as it should. So if you are having the signal strength issue or finding that your phone cannot even locate your router, you should consider taking it in.

  • AndyDoc80 Level 1 Level 1

    Got back from Apple store today - wifi wouldn't even pick up in store - phone swapped over for another new one, come home and....................


    Hey presto working fine and picking up every other wifi available around my defo a Hardware issue....


    finally I can enjoy this phone now!!!

  • pumaboy1254 Level 1 Level 1

    Wow... thats ridiculous, seems like apple really rushed these out. Too much demand put them under alot of stress I guess. Speaking of faulty hardware, since we are on the subject, thought id mention that my SIM card was bad, had to take it into att and they had to change it. (Ordered the phone through apple).... It happens though guys, especially when manufacturing this many phones

  • yyhah Level 1 Level 1

    yes, same here... got my phone replaced.  It is defineltly a hardware issue.  When at apple store, it only managed to picked up 2 SSIDs while my iphone 4 picked up more than 10.  No questions asked and they did an exchange.

  • Cerbera42 Level 1 Level 1

    Took my phone to the Apple store. They replaced it without question. New one works perfectly.

  • MJLyco1 Level 1 Level 1

    So i took the phone to the Apple store and they had to replace the phone. Everything works now!

  • Illbay Level 1 Level 1

    I thought I'd chime in. This is EXACTLY my situation, with my new iPhone 5 having been received via online order yesterday.


    I ordered mine on Sept. 19, and got it yesterday...not bad at all! However, I immediately noticed this Wifi signal strength issue, can't add anything to what's been said.


    Close proximity to the router is the only thing that "solves" it.


    Oh, and on a related (or unrelated) note: Turn on LTE, as often as not soon after it reads "No Service". I have to turn LTE OFF before I can use the phone at all.

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