iPhones have a weird Wi-Fi bug

A security researcher has discovered a strange iPhone bug that breaks wireless internet connectivity. Self-proclaimed reverse engineer Carl Schou found that simply connecting to a network with an SSID containing particular characters “permanently disabled” his iPhone’s Wi-Fi functionality. Although Apple is yet to acknowledge that there is a problem, it has been tested and confirmed by many users. See also: Microsoft fights back against Windows 11 leak Microsoft releases KB5003690 update to boost game performance and fix blurry text in Windows 10 When will Windows 11 be released, and will it be free? Schou found that wireless connectivity broke when… [Continue Reading]

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