My iPhone 5s absolutely despises my router and I'm not sure what to do. I have a Linksys EA4500. Other wifi clients include an iPad Mini 2 with LTE, a Galaxy S5, a Motorola Droid Maxx, a Windows desktop using a Broadcom PCIe adapter, a 3rd gen Apple TV, and my Mac Pro running Yosemite. A pretty good mix of Google, Microsoft, and Apple devices. They're all running the latest available (so Lollipop on the S5, KitKat on the Droid, iOS 8.1.3 on the Apple, and Windows 8.1 on the PC). Of all these devices, the only one with wifi issues is my iPhone. It manifests itself as being OK for some stuff like browsing the web or social media apps, but long transfers take forever. Updating Evernote and Facebook today took about a half hour, for example. The same apps updating on my iPad took about 2 minutes. Things I've tried (from least destructive to most): Forget/rejoin network Wipe network settings on phone Completely reset phone and set up as new Had Verizon begrudgingly replace it - this took some effort but they eventually did The new one has the same problem as the old one, and it's been going on since around the 8.1 update. Is *anybody* experiencing wifi issues with an iPhone 5s still? I'd blame the router/iOS combination except that the iPad is fine. I don't know what else to do and I'm just very frustrated. I don't think this is something I should have to replace the router for, but I guess that's next.