Others here said they got it too in the last few betas but they haven’t said if they reported it to Apple yet. I think a focus reporting would help a lot. It’s just weird how Apple hasn’t seen this obvious bug yet. Now I’m sounding like others lol.
My theory on why others aren’t aware or annoyed by this bug is simple, they don’t have a lot of outside WiFi networks saved, and not in a big city.
For example in NYC we have a lot of free WiFi and I got some saved, like my cable network WiFi. What happens is say I leave home, turn for connecting to networks, few minutes later, I’m biking around the city or driving, my phone keeps trying to connect to these networks and interrupting my music streaming or apps I’m trying to use. Each time I go to control center to disable WiFi again. Few mins later it enables again.
Eventually I get frustrated enough I go into settings and turn off WiFi completely. Then when I’m using maps, gps it’s now slow and inaccurate. So I get frustrated again and enable WiFi. It’s a annoying thing.
Keep in mind WiFi is suppose to NOT connect to networks “until tomorrow” when disabled from control center.
Anyways I’ve sent another report to Apple.
I believe when you click the WiFi to turn it off, the text reads "Nearby Wifi until tomorrow." There's geofencing based wifi connection, so if you're connecting to new wifi networks, it's likely outside proximity to the original wifi network you were trying to disconnect from. I thought this was normal behavior, someone can correct me if I'm wrong. When I leave my office, it holds onto a weak connection, so I often toggle this; when I get home, it automatically connects to my home wifi, as expected.