However, the user who posted this issue tried many of these fixes to no success, so it may be a case of reverting back to i OS 10 and waiting for a fix to come from Apple.It seems that every new version of i OS invariably comes with a whole host of complaints that older i Phones have their battery life severely impacted.Nothing could be more tedious than waiting around for 10 seconds just to check a notifications now and then.This is the type of problem that may resolve itself over time, as the new operating system gets familiar with your device and files.
One user has reported that their i Phone no longer allows them to join their personal Wi-Fi network, and they probably won’t be alone in this.
This error doesn’t appear to be linked to specific apps, but rather just the storage that the system itself takes up.
This is an issue that has cropped up even in the Beta for i OS 11.
Some preliminary steps to try resolving this issue would be to reset your phone, reset the Wi-Fi router (even if other devices are clearly connected to the internet through it) or forget the Wi-Fi network on your device and rejoin.
You can also attempt to reset the network settings of your device by going to Settings Reset Network Settings – don’t worry, this fix shouldn’t erase anything on your phone.