The first Apple smartphone to run iOS 9.0.1 was unveiled this week.
It’s a significant update that makes some of the problems with the device’s Wi and cellular connections even more glaring.
Here’s how to fix them.
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When the iPhone 5 connects to Wi-Wi, it automatically starts up Wi-Fiber mode.
But if the iPhone isn’t connected to a wireless network, it won’t work properly.
Wi-Fi is an old technology that’s used in computers, televisions and tablets.
It was originally designed to allow people to connect multiple devices at once.
Apple removed it from its iPhone 4 and 5 smartphones last year, and the company is now looking to re-introduce it to its new smartphones.
Wi-Nets are smaller Wi-Tethers that are sold separately.
They can be used with Apple’s iOS devices and Android devices.
WiFi hotspots are an easy fix for iPhone 5 users, who’ve had to wait for Apple to add it back to the lineup.
The iPhone 5 doesn’t have a built-in Wi-Wifi connection, so you can disable it by going to Settings > General > Wireless and enabling “Use Wi-No.”
Then, tap “Reset.”
You can also disable it from your iPhone’s home screen.
Open up Settings > Wireless & networks > Cellular & cellular.
If the phone is connected to an active cellular network, tap the “Resets cellular network” button.
Once you do, you can turn off Wi-Fire and Wi-BAC.
You can also enable “disable Wi-AAC,” which prevents the phone from making phone calls and downloading data.