How to fix iPhone 11 Pro no Wi-Fi after iOS 13.3 update

No Wi-Fi access on your iPhone 11 Pro after installing iOS 13.3 update? This isn’t a problem at all. Read on and you’ll surely be able to fix this Wi-Fi issue on your iOS device in no time!

With iPhone 11 Pro, you will experience Wi-Fi internet connection on its best. It is because this high-end device supports Wi-Fi 6 — known as the new standard of Wi-Fi. Its speed is faster than other Wi-Fi enabled devices and can even help improve your iPhone 11 Pro’s battery life. But this feature was also at risk after installing the latest iOS 13.3 update.

In line with this, we have gathered potential workarounds that can help users fix the Wi-Fi internet access issue on their iPhone 11 Pro after iOS 13.3. If you are an iPhone 11 Pro user that is facing such difficulty, read on and learn how to address the problem.

Troubleshooting iPhone 11 Pro with no Wi-Fi internet access after iOS 13.3

Possible software-related factors that prompted your iPhone 11 Pro to lose Wi-Fi internet access should be eliminated by performing the set of procedures listed below. But before you start troubleshooting your iPhone 11 Pro device, make sure that the problem is not with the internet router/modem. If all the connected devices are having the same issue, you can turn the modem off and on again to fix the Wi-Fi internet problem and up to escalating the issue to your internet service provider.

But if the problem only exists on your iPhone 11 Pro, you need to start troubleshooting your iOS device using the tweaks listed below. Don’t forget to check your Wi-Fi internet after performing each solution.

First solution: Refresh internet connection by turning the Wi-Fi off and on again.

Wi-Fi glitching can possibly occur after the new system implementation. Minor software glitches could have been the underlying causes, and these can be eliminated by simply turning the Wi-Fi off and on again. Here are the steps:

  1. From the Home screen, go to Settings.
  2. Select Wi-Fi and toggle the switch to turn the feature off.
  3. While the Wi-Fi is off, soft reset your iPhone 11 Pro using these steps:
  •  Press and hold the Side or Power button and either Volume button until the Slide to Power Off command appears.
  • Drag the power off slider to the right to shut off your iPhone 11 Pro.
  • After 30 seconds, press and hold the Side or Power button and release when the Apple logo appears.
  1. Once your iPhone 11 Pro is completely back on, head back to Settings->Wi-Fi and toggle the switch to enable the feature again.
  2. If your iPhone 11 Pro doesn’t automatically connect to your wireless network, scroll down to the available networks you are prompted with and then select the name of your wireless network (SSID) to connect.
  3. Enter the Wi-Fi passcode when asked to continue.
  4. Then select Join or Connect.

Once you’re iPhone 11 Pro shows that you’re already connected to the wireless network, open your browser or any internet-based apps and check if you are able to connect. If not, proceed to the next attainable solution.

Second solution: Toggle the Airplane Mode on and off again to fix Wi-Fi issue on your iPhone 11 Pro after iOS 13.3.

Suspending the signal transmission on your iPhone 11 Pro can also help fix the network connectivity issue on your iOS device. And this can be done by doing the Airplane Mode trick. Airplane Mode deactivates your iPhone’s wireless radios including Wi-Fi. This will then refresh your phone network connections and give them a brand new start once the Airplane Mode is disabled again. To get this done, follow these steps:

  1. Open Settings app from Home.
  2. Select Airplane Mode.
  3. Toggle the switch to turn the feature off.
  4. While your iPhone 11 Pro is on Airplane Mode, restart (soft reset) the device.
  5. Then head back to Settings->Airplane Mode and toggle the switch to turn the feature off again.

Wait for your iPhone to acquire signal again. If needed, turn your Wi-Fi on and connect to your wireless network. Once you have an internet connection on your iOS device, check any online apps and see if you already have Wi-Fi internet access.

Third solution: Forget or Delete Wi-Fi network and then reconnect.

It is also possible that your Wi-Fi network has been corrupted after the iOS update, leading your iPhone to lose internet access even when connected to your Wi-Fi network. Cases like this can be mended by deleting the corrupted network from your iPhone’s directory, and then join or connect again. Doing so will refresh your Wi-Fi network’s connection and giving it a clean start. Here’s how:

  1. From the Home screen, open the Settings app.
  2. Select Wi-Fi menu and make sure that it is enabled. Otherwise, toggle the switch to turn the feature on.
  3. Scroll down and search for your wireless network.
  4. Tap the information “i” icon next to its name.
  5. Then tap Forget this Network option.
  6. Select Delete to confirm.

It is also recommended to delete other saved networks to ensure that neither of them will conflict with your current network. Once done, restart (soft reset) your iPhone 11 Pro to completely dump out cache content from the corrupted wireless networks. Then head back to Settings->Wi-Fi menu to set up your wireless network again, then reconnect.

Fourth solution: Reset network settings to fix Wi-Fi access issue on your iPhone 11 Pro after iOS 13.3.

If the aforementioned solutions fail to fix the Wi-Fi connection problem on your iPhone 11 Pro device, doing a reset network settings might help fix the problem. The latest iOS perhaps changed the network settings on your device and triggered network connectivity issue to arise. To restore your network settings to default, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Settings from Home.
  2. Select General.
  3. Scroll to and tap Reset.
  4. Select the option Reset network settings.
  5. Enter your device passcode to continue.
  6. Then select the option to confirm network settings reset.

Your iPhone 11 Pro will reboot by itself after the process. Once it is back on, you need to set up your Wi-Fi network again as your preferred networks are deleted by the process along with your paired Bluetooth connections and installed VPN settings. Afterwards, check if you are already able to access the internet while connected to your Wi-Fi network.

Fifth solution: Restore your iPhone 11 Pro to factory default settings. (Factory Reset)

If you’re still having issue connecting to the internet using Wi-Fi, it is possible that you are dealing with tough bugs or complex system glitches. And therefore, a more-advanced solution needs to be carried out. Thus, factory reset is among your options. Note that this method will wipe everything out from your iPhone’s memory, so make sure to back-up your files with either iCloud or iTunes beforehand. Once done, restore your iOS device to factory default settings using these steps:

  1. Head to Settings from Home.
  2. Select General.
  3. Scroll down to and tap Reset.
  4. Then select Erase all content and settings from the given options.
  5. When asked, enter your device passcode and then continue.
  6. Then select the option to confirm factory reset.

Wait for the process to be completed. Then follow the onscreen prompts to set up your iPhone 11 Pro as new again. Don’t forget to check if your Wi-Fi internet is already working.

What to do next if your iPhone 11 Pro still have no Wi-Fi internet access?

In case you are still unable to access the internet up to this point, you can continue troubleshooting your iPhone 11 Pro device. Recovery Mode restore and DFU Mode restore are considered your last options in fixing this Wi-Fi issue on your iPhone. Both methods will require you to have a Mac or Windows computer with the latest iTunes software installed. All you need to do is to connect your iPhone 11 Pro to the computer using the Apple-supplied USB cable or lightning cable. For the step-by-step procedures for each option, you can check our Guide section on this website. If the problem remains unresolved, might as well escalate the issue to your internet service provider. Or you can also contact Apple Support for further assistance.