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How to Reset Network Settings in iPhone (iOS 13)

If you have not updated your iPhone or iPad to iOS 13 then you must do it immediately. iOS 13 brings a lot more features on iPhone and iPad that you can enjoy. It will make your life more easy on the go. Almost 50% of the people have upgraded to iOS 13 to enjoy new features. You simply need to go iPhone/iPad Settings >> General >> Software Update. Wait for update to download and then install automatically. It won’t delete any personal data of yours. However it will reset few settings in the process.

You may face certain problems with your WiFi network or bluetooth devices. Few people may face issues with cellular network. The solution to these problems is very simple. You simply need to reset network settings on your iPhone/iPad. iOS 13 makes it very simply to get rid of networking issues such as WiFi networks, hotspot, bluetooth devices, VPN etc..

Follow the below steps to reset network settings in iPhone/iPad (iOS 13):

  1. Go to “Settings” on your iPhone/iPad.
  2. Go to “General”.
  3. Tap on “Reset”.
  4. Tap on “Reset Network Settings” in the middle.
  5. It will ask for a passcode. Enter the passcode.
  6. Confirm once again that you want to reset network settings.
  7. Your iPhone/iPad will restart once you confirm and it will reset network settings.

You must be wondering what happens when you reset network settings in iOS 13. It’s a common question that many people ask. Reset network settings mainly deletes all saved Wi-Fi networks, paired bluetooth devices, cellular network settings, VPN settings and other network related settings. It brings them to default factory setting.

Once you reset network settings then you need to again enter password for your Wi-Fi network to join in. You need to save again. If you have applied any static IP or VPN settings then you have to do it again. It will start fresh.

The above settings method is applicable to latest iPhone 11/11 Pro/11 Pro Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 7, iPhone 6S, iPhone 8 and other iPhones where iOS 13 can be installed.

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How To Take iPhone Backup via iTunes (iOS 13)

iPhone, iPad and iPod touch can be easily backed up through iTunes. We have already told as how to backup iPhone/iPad/iPod touch on iCloud. You simply need to turn ON iCloud settings for automatic backup. You can take manual backup as well. iTunes is the official software for managing Apple devices. iTunes can perform a number of tasks on iPhone,iPad, Macbook or iPod touch. If you don’t have iTunes installed on your computer/pc or mac then go to apple website and install the latest version of iTunes. It’s available for free.

Follow the below steps to take iPhone/iPad backup with iTunes:

1. Install iTunes. If you already have it then update to the latest version.

2. Open iTunes and connect your iPhone/iPad to the computer.

3. You might get a message to enter passcode or Trust this computer. Simply follow the onscreen instructions. Click Allow for trust this computer.

4. Select your iPhone/iPad/iPod once it appears on iTunes.

5. On right hand side, under Backup Options click on “Backup Now”.

6. If you want to save your health and activity data then you need to encrypt data first. Option is available in the backup options only.

iPhone backup itunes

7. When backup finishes then you can see the latest backup along with time. You need to check under latest backup option.

latest backup itunes

So this is the simple process to backup iPhone/iPad/iPod with iTunes.

What Happens If You Reset All Settings on iPhone 2019

iPhone and iPad have 3 type of reset settings. These reset settings option perform different functions. You must know the exact difference between these reset options. You could loose data if you perform wrong option. There are many other reset options as well such as you can reset keyboard layout, home screen layout can also be reset along with location and privacy.

The 3 most important reset settings on iPhone/iPad are:

  1. Reset All Settings
  2. Erase All Contents and Settings
  3. Reset Network Settings

Do you know what these options exactly do when clicked? Many of you don’t. I have already told you about what does reset network settings performs. Erase all Contents and settings will delete all you data and settings. It will turn your iPhone/iPad to factory default. If you have taken backup in your computer then you can restore backup on iPhone/iPad to get back all music, photos, videos and documents on your iOS device.

Let’s see what does “Reset All Settings” do on your iPhone/iPad. Reset all settings won’t delete any data such as photos, videos, documents or music files. When you choose to perform reset all settings on iPhone then it will simply reset few settings that I am going to mention below:

  1. The Network Settings
  2. The Keyboard Dictionary
  3. The Home Screen Layout
  4. Location Settings
  5. Privacy Settings
  6. Apple Pay Cards

These settings are reset to their default. So if any of these settings is causing you trouble then you can perform reset all settings option on iPhone/iPad. You can go to Settings >> General >> Reset >> Reset All Settings.

The network settings on iPhone includes many things such as cellular network settings, Wi-Fi settings including VPN settings, hotspot settings, Bluetooth settings etc.. It will remove all saved Wi-Fi connections and their passwords. It will also remove paired bluetooth devices. Reset all settings performs all the works of reset network settings of iPhone as well. You can watch the below video to make more sense of reset all settings on iPhone:

How to Turn Off Camera Sound in iPhone X/8/7/6 2019

People love taking breathtaking photos from iPhone camera. The most beautiful photos comes where the subject doesn’t know that photo is being taken by someone. It’s because natural appearance comes into effect which is more good for pics. Most of the phone cameras make sound while taking photos. iPhone/iPad camera also makes shutter sound while taking photos. If shutter sound comes then people know that you are taking photos. They will become more conscious to look good on camera. The natural thing will be gone. That’s why it’s required that iPhone camera sound doesn’t come at all.

You can easily mute iPhone camera sound. It doesn’t matter whether it’s iPhone X/8/7 or iPhone 6. There are 3 settings through which you can mute camera sound of iPhone/iPad. You can take natural pics by disabling the shutter sound in iPhone.

disable iphone camera sound

There are many countries like Japan and South Korea where you can’t mute camera sound in any phone. It’s because of the privacy issues. Many people take random pics by removing camera sound. They may take picture of others which is not considered very good in many countries. You are violating their privacy by not taking their permission before taking pics. In order to avoid such situation, it’s been mandated by government of these countries that iPhone or any other phone camera shutter sound must always be ON. You can’t change the settings internally or any other app to remove shutter sound.

Here are 3 ways to Turn Off Camera Sound in iPhone X/8/7/6:

Follow below methods to turn off camera shutter sound completely in iPhone. You can try this method on iPad as well. It works perfectly.

1. Use Ring Switch/Silent Switch or Mute Switch

The simplest way to turn off camera sound in iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8 and iPhone X is to use the Ring/Silent switch. It’s also known as Mute switch. You can find the mute switch at the top left of the iPhone. You move either up or down. So if you camera is making sound then it’s in the UP position. Simply put it down. It turn down volume of your iPhone completely. You will get a notification on your iPhone screen whenever you will move the switch in UP or DOWN position notifying you that it’s turned on. You need to know that it will turn off camera sound, sound coming from notifications, alerts, incoming calls and any other alerts on your iPhone. When you camera work is done then you need to switch it back in ON position. Don’t forget or you will miss important notifications and incoming calls on your iPhone.

2. Turn Down the Volume Completely

The second way to shut down camera shutter sound on iPhone X/8/7/6 is to turn the volume down completely. Use the volume buttons. Turn the volume down till you see sound icon with a cross mark on it notifying that volume is completely turned down on your iPhone.

It should be done before taking any pics from iPhone camera. If you will try to bring down the volume after opening the camera then you will start taking pictures in burst mode. Turn down volume down on iPhone to remove shutter sound.

You can also turn volume completely down from control center. Open the control center from the bottom of the iPhone. Slide to the left to open the volume option. Slide the volume slider at the bottom. Now you can easily take pictures without anyone noticing.

3. Using Live Photos

Most of the high end iPhone starting from iPhone 6S, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max can take live photos from camera. If the above method didn’t work for you then you can apply this method to turn off camera sound while taking pics on iPhone. You need to turn ON the Live Pic feature on iPhone camera. Whenever the live pic feature is turned on then iPhone camera doesn’t make any sound. It works perfectly on every phone. Turn on the live pic mode and shutter sound will go away. Try out this feature.

Final Conclusion: If one of the above methods don’t work out for you then you live in a country which doesn’t allow camera sound to be turned off due to privacy issues. You should first confirm that. We have tried and tested the method on iOS 11 and iOS 12 and it works perfectly.

How to Disable Offload Unused Apps on iPhone 2019

Offload unused apps is feature given on iPhone/iPad. You can enable/disable “Offload Unused Apps” on your phone depending upon your need. We keep installing so many apps from time to time which are required at that moment. We continue to use those apps and games over a period of time. But at one point to time, we rarely use them. We get engaged with other more useful apps from app store. Those apps remain on our iPhone/iPad. We don’t delete them. Whether it’s me or you, we don’t count number of days of not using those apps. “Offload unused apps” feature does that for us.

Offload Unused apps knows about all apps and number of days of not using them. If it’s enabled then it will remove those apps for the time being to increase your iPhone/iPad storage. You can reinstall the app whenever you want it. One of the main point of this feature is that it keeps all the settings, data and documents of the app being deleted. If you manually remove apps then it will delete everything. However Offload Unused Apps feature will keep user data on iPhone/iPad even after removing the app.

offload unused app

2 Ways to Disable/Enable Offload Unused Apps on iPhone/iPad:

Follow the below step by step instruction to disable/enable offload unused apps on iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPhone 5, iPhone XR, iPhone 6S, iPhone XS and other models having iOS 11 or higher.

1. Using iTunes and App Store option

  • Open “Settings” on your iPhone/iPad.
  • Scroll down and tap on “iTunes and App Store” option.
  • You will see “Offload Unused Apps” option at the bottom.
  • You can enable/disable it from there. If it’s showing “Green” colour then it’s enabled. If it’s grey then disabled.
  • If you don’t want to remove any apps or your iPhone keeps deleting apps without your consent then disable the offload unused apps feature.
  • If you want to save storage on iPhone/iPad then enable it and let the feature do the rest. Whenever deleted app is required then you can reinstall it and data will still be there.

2. Using iPhone Storage option

  • Open “Settings” on your iPhone/iPad.
  • Tap on “General” option.
  • Tap on “iPhone Storage” option.
  • You will see the option for “Offload Unused Apps”. Enable/Disable will be also be written in front of it. It will also show you the total MB of space that you can save by enabling the feature.
  • Simply tap enable/disable to whatever you want.

How to Offload a Single Unused App on iPhone/iPad?

Many people don’t want all apps to remove from their cell phone. In such case you have the option to offload a single app as well. It will save all your data and documents and remove the app to save storage space.

Suppose you don’t want to use Youtube for upcoming days and you want to have more storage space on iPhone/iPad for that period. Then you can use below step by step instructions to offload single apps from iPhone/iPad.

  • Go to “Settings” of iPhone/iPad.
  • Tap on “general” option.
  • Tap on “iPhone/iPad Storage”.
  • Scroll down and find “Youtube” from the list of apps that you see or choose whatever app that you want to remove.
  • Tap on that particular app.
  • You will see “Offload App” option in the middle.
  • Tap on it and let it do the rest for you.
  • You can reinstall whenever you want and you will get your previous data and documents of the app back on.

Final Conclusion: These are the best 2 ways to Enable/Disable Offload Unused Apps feature on iPhone/iPad having iOS 11/ iOS 12 or higher version. It’s a great feature to save some space on your phone. Use it wisely.

What Does Reset Network Settings Do (Android/iOS) 2019

People are too much confused regarding reset network settings options in Android and iPhone/iPad. There are basically 3 options in every phone. Reset settings, Reset all settings and Reset network settings are 3 options which you can use for different purpose. Reset settings is a soft reset where your data doesn’t get deleted but settings are reset. Reset all settings option makes your phone go to factory settings. It will wipe data like photos, videos, documents, music and all settings.

Reset network settings option affects call settings, bluetooth settings and Wi-Fi settings of your phone. So if you ask “What happens if I reset network settings on my Android/iPhone?” then here is the list of things that will impact your phone:

  • All call settings will reset.
  • All bluetooth settings will reset. It will also delete any saved Bluetooth devices. You have to again pair bluetooth devices.
  • All Wi-Fi settings will reset. It will also delete saved networks, passwords etc.. Try to save network name and password somewhere before you perform reset network settings on your iPhone/iPad or Android.
  • Reset Network Settings will also remove Wi-Fi issues like “WiFi wont turn on, Wifi won’t connect, IP address unavailable, IP address conflict, authentication error, Saved secured but no internet, connected but no internet etc.. Once you perform reset network settings on your Android/iPhone, most of these problems will go away and you can browse internet from wifi without any problem.
  • VPN connection settings will also reset. It will delete all saved VPN connection settings. You have to configure it again.
  • These settings work same for Android device and iPhone models such as iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPhone XR/XS/XS Max and similar ones. It also works same for iPad.

So if you are experiencing problems related to call settings such as “No service” or “Searching…” for mobile network then you can perform reset network settings.

If you are experiencing problems related to Bluetooth settings such as “Bluetooth won’t connect to Android”, Bluetooth device won’t pair, bluetooth pairing code problem, device connection issue etc… then perform reset network settings. Pair your bluetooth device again once phone restarts.

If you are experiencing problems related to Wi-Fi or Hotspot connection issues such as Authentication error, connected but no internet, IP address unavailable, IP address mismatch, Saved secured but unable to connect, wifi wont turn on, wifi won’t connect then perform reset network settings on android/iPhone. It will fix these issues. Connect to your favorite network once again when phone restarts. Try to remember your network and password or note them down somewhere if you perform reset. VPN settings are also related to internet so they will also be wiped off. You can reconfigure that as well.

Hopefully this will clear all the doubts in your mind. One thing you need to remember is that “Reset Network Settings” won’t delete any data such as photos, music, videos or documents. It simply resets the Call, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and VPN settings of your phone.

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Why Does My iPhone Wi-Fi Keeps Disconnecting by itself

Few of you must have encountered a situation where your iPhone Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting by itself. You have to connect to a wireless network again manually. People also toggle Wi-Fi option to connect again to their network. You can also toggle Airplane mode to connect to a known Wi-Fi network automatically. “iPhone Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting by itself” problem can be caused by number of reasons. However it can be fixed by making some changes in the settings. We don’t our iPhone or iPad Wi-Fi to get disconnected by itself. 

The iPhone Wi-Fi disconnection can be created by many problems such as poor signal, fluctuating signal, malfunctioning software on your device or may be the Wi-Fi receptor got damaged due to drop or exposure to liquid. Most of the above problems can be easily fixed beside the last one which is hardware damage. You should give the iPhone to a service center in case of hardware damage. 

Here is the list of solutions to resolve “iPhone Wi-Fi Keeps Disconnecting itself” issue:

  1. Network Problem
  2. Toggle Wi-Fi
  3. Toggle Bluetooth
  4. Forget Network Setting
  5. Toggle Wi-Fi Assist
  6. Reset Network Settings
  7. Airplane Mode + Wi-Fi option
  8. Change DNS servers
  9. Renew Lease
  10. Software Updates
  11. Hardware Issues

Let’s take a look into problems and their solutions one by one:

1. Network Problem

The first thing that you should do when your iPhone or iPad Wi-Fi keeps dropping automatically is to check your network. The network might be creating all the problem. Take another phone or computer. Connect to the same Wi-Fi network that your iPhone is trying to connect. If your computer or phone is able to connect successfully then then problem must be in your iPhone or iPad. 

Make sure that your iPhone is in proper range of the network else the Wi-Fi network will keep dropping. You should also make sure that there is no device causing interference. Devices such as baby monitor or cordless phone can cause a great amount of trouble for some routers. Keep those devices away and connect to the Wi-Fi network and see if it improved the issue. 

The last thing you can do is to switch off the router for few seconds and turn it on. Now connect your iPhone to wireless network. Check if the iPhone stopped dropping Wi-Fi connection. 

2. Toggle Wi-Fi 

Many times the biggest problems have easiest solutions to them. If you are having problem with the Wi-Fi network then this solution is one of the best for you. Open the Wi-Fi from status bar or go to settings. Turn OFF the Wi-Fi for few seconds then turn it ON again. Your iPhone will automatically get connected to the known network. Check for few minutes whether your iPhone or iPad is still having problem of dropping Wi-Fi network. 

3. Toggle Bluetooth

Many iPhone and iPad users have reported that Bluetooth is causing problem with the Wi-Fi connection. Open the Bluetooth from settings. You can also open Bluetooth from status bar of the iPhone. Tap the Bluetooth to turn it off. Now connect to the Wi-Fi network and check whether the problem still exists or not. If the problem isn’t resolved then move on the next method. 

4. Forget Network Setting

Forget Network setting is one of the best solutions to many Wi-Fi problems. There is a chance that there is some problem in the current Wi-Fi network. You should forget the current Wi-Fi network and reconnect to the network again. Follow the below steps to forget network in iPhone and iPad:

  1. Go to “Settings” of the iPhone or iPad. 
  2. Tap on “Wi-Fi” option. 
  3. Tap on little blue icon next to your Wi-Fi network. 
  4. Tap on “Forget Network” option.
  5. Go back to Wi-Fi option. 
  6. Search for the network. Now connect to the network with the right password. 
  7. This solution has helped many people fix the automatic dropping of the Wi-Fi connection in iPhone and iPad. 

5. Toggle Wi-Fi Assist

Wi-Fi assist is an option which is present in both iOS and android devices. Wi-Fi assist option helps your phone switch between mobile data and Wi-Fi connection when the Wi-Fi connectivity is poor. If your iPhone is dropping Wi-Fi signal then it may be because of Wi-Fi assist. The network connectivity might be poor at your location. Your phone will keep switching between mobile data and Wi-Fi. When Wi-Fi connectivity will get better then it will connect your phone to wireless network. You won’t like this thing. We always want either mobile data or Wi-Fi to work continuously rather than keep switching. 

Follow the below method to switch off the Wi-Fi Assist option on iPhone and iPad:

  1. Go to “Settings” of your iPhone. 
  2. Tap on “Mobile Data
  3. Keep on scrolling down until you see “Wi-Fi Assist” option.
  4. Disable the setting by sliding the button to the left. 

Now it will stop switching between mobile data and Wi-Fi that will also resolve your Wi-Fi issue of keep disconnecting. 

6. Reset Network Settings

Most of the network related problem in your iPhone and iPad can be easily fixed by restoring the network settings. Network settings reset will remove previous settings of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular settings which will help you get rid of problems. You can start fresh and enter new settings that can work perfectly. Don’t forget to remember your networks and their passwords because they will be wiped off during the reset. 

Follow the below steps to reset network settings on iPhone and iPad:

  1. Go to “Settings” of your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on “General” option.
  3. Tap on “Reset” option.
  4. Tap on “Reset Network Reset” option. 
  5. Enter your passcode and follow the next steps to reset. 

Restart your phone and connect to the wireless network. Keep checking whether the problem got resolved or not. If the Wi-Fi dropping still exists on your iOS device then proceed to the next step. 

7. Airplane Mode + Wi-Fi option

Many people have reported that this method has worked for them in iPhone. The mobile network might be interfering with the wireless network and creating the disconnection problem. Follow the below trick to connect your iPhone properly to Wi-Fi:

  1. Turn ON Airplane mode. 
  2. Go to “Settings” of iPhone.
  3. Tap on “Wi-Fi” and switch it ON.
  4. Connect to your desired wireless network. 
  5. Turn OFF Airplane mode. 

People have claimed that it fixed their Wi-Fi issues such as dropping of Wi-Fi signal every now and then. You must try out this technique and see for yourself whether it’s working or not. 

8. Change DNS Servers 

Changing DNS servers of the wireless network has also helped people get rid of the problem. You can change the wireless network DNS servers to one of Google servers or open DNS servers. It will help your iPhone get rid of “Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting” issue. 

Follow the below steps to change DNS servers on iPhone and iPad:

  1. Go to “Settings” of iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on “Wi-Fi” option at the top. 
  3. Tap on little blue icon next to the connected wireless network. 
  4. You will see that under IP Address >> DHCP, DNS servers are located with some random IP address. 
  5. Note down the current DNS used. 
  6. Click on the DNS server address and it will become editable.
  7. Enter “8.8.8.8, 8.8.4.4” for Google’s DNS or “208.67.222.222, 208.67.220.220” for Open DNS.
  8. Go back to Wi-Fi and let the it auto connect. 

Many iPhone users fixed their Wi-Fi problem by changing the DNS servers like this. If it didn’t help you out then you should change back DNS to the previous IP address that you noted down. 

9. Renew DHCP Lease

Renewing DHCP lease has also helped people in solving their iPad or iPhone disconnecting issue. You must try out this option to see whether it works for your network or not. 

Follow the below steps to renew DHCP lease on iPhone and iPad:

  • Go to “Settings” of iPhone or iPad.
  • Tap on “Wi-Fi” option at the top. 
  • Tap on little blue icon next to the connected wireless network. 
  • Scroll down and click on “Renew Lease” option.
  • A pop will appear. Tap on “Renew Lease” again. 
  • It will renew the DHCP lease. 

10. Software Updates

If you recently updated your iPhone or iPad to a new iOS or installed some new features through update feature then there is a chance that problem is being created by the new update. People who have upgraded to iOS 11 from iOS 10 complained about many problems regarding Wi-Fi networks. It was because of the upgrade. If you upgraded and experiencing Wi-Fi disconnection issues because of the software update then you should wait for the next update. Most probably the new update will fix the issue of dropping Wi-Fi connection. 

11. Hardware Issues

Hardware issues can become a real time headache as they will cause a long term damage to your iPhone until your repair it at the Apple service center. If you dropped your iPhone or iPad or if it got exposed to liquid then you started experiencing problems in your Wi-Fi connection or any other things then you must take your phone to service center. They will fix the issue. Hardware issues should not be handled by yourself. 

Most probably one of the above solutions will help you fix “iPhone or iPad Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting by itself”. If you found any other method then comment below so that we can include the same in our list. 

Why Does My iPhone Wi-Fi Automatically Turns ON by itself

Many iPhone users are reporting that their Wi-Fi automatically turns ON by itself. The automatic turning ON of Wi-Fi causes a great amount of battery drain specially for old iPhone users. Wi-Fi turns on automatically even after iPhone users are turning it off from Control centre given on iPhone. The last thing you need to know is that it’s not a problem with the iPhone. it’s not even a bug. It’s a hidden feature provided by the Apple in their latest operating system iOS 11. You will find that Wi-Fi turns on by itself if you recently updated your iPhone or iPad to iOS 11. You can easily turn off this setting in your iPhone. We are going to tell you few methods so that you can easily resolve automatic turning on of your Wi-Fi on your iPhone or iPad. 

We are going to list few things which will help you out in resolving the iPhone Wi-Fi issue. You can follow the below method to completely turn off your Wi-Fi to prevent it from automatic toggle. 

  1. iOS 11 Upgrade
  2. Control Center Problem
  3. 5 AM Local Time

1. iOS 11 Upgrade

If you update your iPhone or iPad to iOS 11 then you will experience the issue because you still don’t know the new rules of the Wi-Fi switch. iOS 11 upgrade has created problems for many iPhone users. They are unable to cope up with simple new features which are introduced to make your life simple. We are used to old things and that’s why it will some time for us to learn new things. You should keep checking for software upgrade from time to time. Later updates for iOS 11 fixed problem for many iPhone and iPad users. Follow the below steps to upgrade your software on your iPhone and iPad:

  1. Go to “Settings” of your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on “General” option. 
  3. Tap on “Software Update” option. 
  4. It will now show “Checking for update“.
  5. If any new update is available then you should download and install it immediately. New updates will fix many bugs of previous iOS. It will also fix common issues related to Wi-Fi connection. 
  6. Many people have fixed their Wi-Fi automatic turn ON issue after software upgrade. 

You can also downgrade your iPhone or iPad iOS by doing a factory reset. However you will loose all the apps and settings which you have saved on your iPhone. Save all the important data on your Macbook or some hard disk. Perform a factory data reset on your iPhone which will fix all the problem caused by iOS 11. It will resolve “Wi-Fi turning ON” problem.  

2. Control Center Problem

The new control center given in the latest iOS 11 has different functionalities. Features will look same just as in old ones where you can toggle Airplane mode, Wi-Fi toggle, Bluetooth toggle along with many other options.

However you must know that Wi-Fi toggle and Bluetooth toggle don’t completely Turn OFF the Wi-Fi. They simply disconnect your iPhone or iPad from current wireless network. It’s one of the things that many people are unaware of. They simply toggle the Wi-Fi button from control center. They are thinking that it turned off the Wi-Fi completely. However it doesn’t. You need to switch off the Wi-Fi from settings of the iPhone. It will make sure that Wi-Fi doesn’t turn on automatically by itself.

In order to turn off your iPhone Wi-Fi completely, follow the below steps: 

  1. Go to “Settings” of your iPhone or iPad. 
  2. Tap on “Wi-Fi” Settings. 
  3. Tap on Wi-Fi button to switch off the Wi-Fi completely.  

If you want to turn OFF Bluetooth completely then follow the below steps:

Settings >>> Tap on Bluetooth >> Turn OFF Bluetooth. 

If you tap the Wi-Fi button in the Control center of the iOS 11 then Wi-Fi remains off temporarily till:

  1. You turn on Wi-Fi again from Control Center. 
  2. You connect to a Wi-Fi network manually through settings. 
  3. Restart your iPhone or iPad. 
  4. You go to a new location. 
  5. Local time: 5 AM 

3. 5 AM Local Time

People have reported that their Wi-Fi automatically turns ON at 5 AM local time. So when you turn off Wi-Fi from the control center and you wake up in the morning after 5 AM then you will find your Wi-Fi turned ON. People get confused over this and they think it’s automatic. The reason behind this is that it’s programmed into the new iOS 11. 

The last thing you need to do is go to iPhone Settings, tap on Wi-Fi and turn it OFF. It will fix the iPhone Wi-Fi automatically turns on by itself issue.