Apple fixed a lot of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus problems, but there are still some problems. With that in mind, we show you how to fix the most common iPhone 6 problem from your home or office comfort.
IPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has been released for several years. In the years following the release, Apple is committed to improving the software of the first two flagship products.
The two devices received some important iOS 8 and iOS 9 updates, and recently they have moved to Apple’s new iOS 10 operating system.
Although the iPhone 6 iOS 10 update is currently stable for us, but the other in the new Apple software encountered iPhone 6 problems. Others continue to compete in the older iOS 9 and Apple’s aging iOS 8 operating system from 2014.
Today we want to share some of the iPhone 6 issues we hear or see and provide fixes to those in need. These fixes also apply to iOS 8 and iOS 9.
Try these fixes before you download iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to Geniuses in the Apple Store or third-party repair shop.
iPhone 6 batterly problem:
Our iPhone 6 battery life is still strong, but other iOS 6, the old iOS 9 and iOS 8 are experiencing problems.
While it is easy to blame the new update on the issue, it is likely that this is an application or your bad habits cause problems.
If you start to notice iOS 10 or earlier iPhone 6 battery life is poor, please check our list of potential fixes. They help us maintain a stable battery life a year after the phone is released and they may also help you.
iPhone 6 Wi-Fi problem:
Some iPhone 6 users’ Wi-Fi issues are still a problem. Some iPhone 6 users are saying that their Wi-Fi just stops working while others are complaining about unreliable speed.
The first thing you will have to do is reset the device’s network settings. To do this, open the iPhone 6 and go to Settings> General> Reset> Reset the network settings. You will need a password and you will need to use a Wi-Fi password.
If this does not solve the problem, try turning off the Wi-Fi network. To do this, go to Settings> Privacy> Location Services> System Services. Reboot the phone.
If you still do not help, please try to forget the Wi-Fi network that brings you the problem. Go to your settings> Wi-Fi> Choose your connection> Click on the top of the screen to forget this network. Try to reconnect to the network.
We also recommend that you unplug the router for 30 seconds to a minute to see if it is helpful. You may also need to update the router’s firmware.
iPhone 6 Bluetooth problem:
Do not panic if you start to pay attention to iPhone 6, iOS 9, iOS 9 or iOS 8 Bluetooth. There are several potential fixes there.
First, try resetting all iPhone 6 network settings. Go to Settings> General> Reset> Reset network settings. It takes only a little time.
If this does not work, try resetting the settings for all devices. To do this, open the iPhone 6 and go to Settings> General> Reset> Reset all settings. Be sure to use the password and Wi-Fi password before doing this.
If there is no help, try forgetting your Bluetooth network. To forget them: Settings> Bluetooth> Use the Round Blue i tab> Click to forget this device to select your connection. Now try to connect your iPhone 6.
If you are experiencing Bluetooth problems in your car, please consult your car manual and / or obtain this guide from Apple. Solving these problems is a bit tricky.