iOS 7 is still the latest firmware version available for public. While everyone is waiting for the official iOS 8 and iPhone 6 release, iPhone Wi-Fi greyed out program has surfaced on iOS 7 gadgets. You can fix it by following the advice below.
The bug is not new, but it bothers a number of iDevice users who have updated to any of firmware 7 version. What happens is you can see your iPhone Wi-Fi grayed out on iOS 7 platform and this toggle can’t be turned on / off as it is dimmed.
If you are not able to enable your Wi-Fi option on the Apple smartphone, you need to read this guide and hopefully it can fix your ability to connect to Wi-Fi networks. Besides, users who face this bug also see a message stating that “Wi-Fi not available” at the moment when accessing your Control Center.
How to Fix iPhone WiFi Greyed Out Bug
There are a couple of methods you can try in order to solve iPhone Wi-Fi problem. You can firstly reset the handset. This is the thing to do each time you experience a new issue and it often helps. Just hold Home and Sleep / Wake buttons till you see Apple logo and then turn the device back on.
You can also try this Wi-Fi grayed out fix: reset you network through Settings – General – Reset but this method requires you adding your passwords, VPN settings and networks as they will be cleared.
If nothing helps, take the device to Apple store and ask the service to fix your Wi-Fi chip if this is the problem with your handset.
Some Apple fans who experienced Wi-Fi toggle grayed out on their iOS 7 device even tried to place the gadget into the freezer for a couple of minutes, use hair dryer heat on it for a couple of moments and doing other crazy things. They state that this way their problem was fixed, but such things you can do only at your own risk as this way you can damage your iPhone.