8 Replies Latest reply: Sep 22, 2013 2:05 PM by waynefromfleetwood
LinuxGeek3447 Level 1 Level 1

I'm used to Apple products that "just work", but I'm not seeing it with the installation of iOS 7 on my phone (4S). I installed it earlier today, and the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth worked for about an hour, then just quit working altogether. The WiFi button is grayed out in Settings, and Bluetooth dosen't even display a button (all I get is a throbber that continuously spins). Trying to activate them through the "swipe-up" command center doesn't do the trick, and resetting the network settings also accomplishes nothing. Several reboots later, and I still don't have WiFi and Bluetooth.



Has anyone else experienced this, and is there a solution? I may just decide to eschew iOS 7 and restore my pph

iPhone 4S, iOS 7
Solved by LinuxGeek3447 on Sep 19, 2013 7:43 PM Solved

After multiple attempts to restore and reboot, I finally decided to take a trip to my local AT & T store. They contacted Apple, and I explained the situation. I ended up moving to the iPhone 5, as my 4S was in the renew period. The 4S is still under warranty, so all I have to do is bring it to an Apple Store, where they will either fix or replace the phone. Looks like one of my kids will be getting a 4S :-)