iOS 14 software glitches that’ll fix your newly updated iPhone
iOS 14 problems can ruin Apple’s otherwise beautiful iPhone software upgrade, so we’re here to help you fix the iOS 14 bugs and glitches that you’re running into.
Broken WiFi, poor battery life and spontaneously reset settings are the most talked about iOS 14 problems, according to iPhone users. Luckily, Apple’s iOS 14.0.1 update fixes most of the issues, as we have noted below in the updated changelog.
This isn’t new for us – we’ve been dealing with iOS 14 problems since the beta, and while some bugs have been solved, a few nasty ones persist. Most issues are more annoying than severe: constantly disconnecting WiFi is pretty obnoxious considering how much folks use it to avoid racking up huge data charges.
Below, we’ll explain the top iOS 14 problems along with any fixes that have been figured out so far. Many of the solutions involve updating to the latest version of iOS; when we note that an update addressed the issue, consider it fixed for every later version of iOS unless we note otherwise.
iOS 14 won’t download on your iPhone
Technically, you’re not on iOS 14 yet, and that’s the first major problem. If you have a compatible iPhone, you should be able to get the latest software update. Make sure you’re iPhone is the iPhone 6S series or newer.