The Problem of No Internet on iPhone, although it appears to be connected to WiFi has been reported by users. You will find below various methods to fix the issue of iPhone Connected to WiFi But No internet.
iPhone Connected to WiFi But No Internet Connection
In a typical problem of this nature, iPhone clearly indicates as being connected to WiFi Network, but the internet does not really work.
This issue could be due to minor software glitches, incorrect or corrupted network settings and other reasons.
1. Restart iPhone
Restart iPhone to clear out stuck programs and minor technical glitches, which might be preventing your iPhone from connecting to Internet.
1. Go to Settings > General > scroll down and tap on Shut Down.
2. Wait for 30 seconds > Restart iPhone by pressing the power button.
2. Enable and Disable Airplane Mode
This is a quick way to refresh and reset the antennas on your iPhone.
1. Open Settings > Enable Airplane Mode by moving the toggle to ON position.
2. After 30 seconds, disable Airplane Mode by moving the toggle to OFF position.
3. Renew DHCP Lease
Renewing the DHCP lease is known to fix network connectivity problems on iPhone.
1. Go to Settings > WiFi > tap on your WiFi Network Name.
2. On the next screen, scroll down and tap on Renew Lease option.
3. On the confirmation pop-up, tap on Renew Lease to confirm.
4. Install Updates
Sometimes, the problem is due to updates waiting to be installed on your device.
1. Go to Settings > General > Software Update.
2. On the next screen, allow iPhone to check for updates and Install Updates (if available).
5. Forget WiFi Network and Rejoin
Note down your WiFi Password and follow the steps below to Forget WiFi Network and rejoin the Network.
1. Go to Settings > WiFi > tap on your WiFi network.
2. On the next screen, tap on Forget This Network option.
3. On the confirmation pop-up, tap on Forget to confirm.
4. Wait for 60 seconds > tap on your WiFi Network > enter WiFi Network Password to join the Network.
6. Turn OFF WiFi Assist
The problem might be due to the WiFi Assist feature on your device trying to automatically switch your iPhone from WiFi to Cellular Network.
1. Open Settings > scroll down and tap on Cellular.
2. On the next screen, disable WiFi Assist by moving the toggle to OFF position.
7. Disable VPN
If you are using VPN, disable VPN service on your iPhone and see if you can connect to internet.
1. Go to Settings > General > VPN.
2. On the next screen, move the toggle next to Status to OFF position.
8. Reset Network Settings
Note down your WiFi Network Password and follow the steps below to Reset Network Settings on your iPhone to original or Factory Default settings.
1. Go to Settings > General > on the next screen, scroll down to bottom and tap on Reset.
2. On the next screen, tap on Reset Network Settings option.
3. On the confirmation pop-up, tap on Reset Network Settings again confirm.
After this, connect your iPhone to WiFi Network again and see if the problem of iPhone not connecting to WiFi is gone.
9. Restart Modem/Router
In above steps did not help, the problem might be due to a glitch in Modem/Router.
1. Switch OFF the Power Supply to Modem/Router – Use the ON/OFF button (if available) or unplug the power cable from wall socket.
2. Wait for 60 seconds and switch ON the Power Supply to Modem/Router.
10. Switch to Google DNS
This can help if the problem is due to the DNS Servers of your Internet Service Provider being busy or going through problems.
You can find the actual steps to switch DNS servers on iPhone to Google in this guide: How to Use Google DNS On iPhone and iPad