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Slow Wifi after iOS 13.2 Update on iPhone? Here is the fix

Written by Hassan Abbas

The latest operating system for Apple smartphones and tablets was recently launched with the iPhone 11 series. The latest operating system comes with several cool new features. It features a new look in Dark Mode for iPhones. Along with that now you can sign into apps with just a tap. It is more efficient as compared to its precursor. One notifying thing is the improved speed of Face unlock. Along with all these new features, there comes also a few bugs. My friend complained that while using Wifi on iPhone the browsing speed is slow as compared to when he was using the mobile data. I found it quite strange. But I noticed that other people also have the same Slow Wifi After iOS 13.2 Update issue.

The new iPhone and its operating system iOS 13 is famous for its eye-catching picture quality. The amazing pictures are processed with an A13 Bionic Neural Engine that is an advanced image processing system. It improves the texture, details and produces beautiful images in low light. There are several other new features that are introduced with the new OS. For Example Safari, Maps, Mail, Notes, Reminders, and Siri. All these apps got some new and fancy features. Along with new crazy features, there are also a few bugs. Another problem that I noticed was quick battery draining after the iOS 13.2 update. Now let’s talk about all the issues that came with iOS 13 and their solutions.

Fix Slow Wifi After 13.2 Update on iPhone:

So if you just updated to iOS 13.2 but browsing on your iPhone is slow on Wifi and it’s fine on the Mobile data. We can help you fix this issue. We will also cover issues in which your phone is unable to connect to a specific Wifi network. Or your phone disconnects from the Wifi frequently.

Check Wifi Router and Internet Connection:

  • Check your Wifi Connection. You can check it by connecting the same wifi on some other device and checking the internet speed using some online tool. If there is some problem with the internet connection just reset your WiFi router.

Restart your iPhone or iPad:

  • Next thing restart your iPhone. Restarting your phone after any update is really beneficial for the overall health of your phone. So try restarting your iPhone if you are suffering from slow wifi or your phone is draining the battery after iOS 13.2 update on iPhone.

Troubleshoot the Network Connections:

Next thing, try to disconnect with the Wi-Fi and connect again:


Step 1:

Go to Settings -> Wi-Fi

Step 2:

You will see a small “i” next to the name of Wifi that your phone is currently connected to. Tap on it. You will see the details of the connected Wifi.

Step 3:

Tap on Forget this Network.

Step 4:

Once done, go back to the Wifi menu and connect to the Wi-Fi again by entering the password.

Step 5:

This will most probably solve the issue.

Reset Network Preferences:

If you still have the issue then the next solution is to reset network settings. Make sure it will delete passwords of all the saved Wi-Fi connections. Also, it will delete the network certificates that you installed to connect to some specific WiFi like Eduroam in Europe. Other than that, it won’t remove any user data. So its totally safe to reset network settings.


Step 1:

To Reset Network Settings. Just open the Settings and search for “Reset Network Settings“. Or you can go to Settings -> General -> Reset. There you will find this option.

Step 2:

Once found, tap on it. It will ask for your passcode or fingerprint.

Step 3:

Once done, connect to the Wifi network again. Hopefully, the issue will be solved.


I hope this guide helpful to fix the issue of slow Wifi after iOS 13 update on iPhone and iPad. If you have any questions or queries feel free and comment us below!

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About the author

Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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