iPhone iPhone 6 Slow wifi

Saaidh

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Nov 6, 2015
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I am getting extremely low Wifi speed on my iPhone 6, I also have an ipad 4 and iPhone 5 both are getting good speeds. I've tried resetting the network setting on my iPhone 6. Also it takes a lot of tries on my iPhone 6 to connect to my wifi. It normally says "Unable to join wifi" "Wrong username of password" Please help?
 

keysofanxiety

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Nov 23, 2011
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I am getting extremely low Wifi speed on my iPhone 6, I also have an ipad 4 and iPhone 5 both are getting good speeds. I've tried resetting the network setting on my iPhone 6. Also it takes a lot of tries on my iPhone 6 to connect to my wifi. It normally says "Unable to join wifi" "Wrong username of password" Please help?
Try changing your router's wireless encryption to WPA2-PSK only. Restart router. Try again?
 

Saaidh

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Nov 6, 2015
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Its already on WPA (AES).. My router is a planet ADW 4401 2.4GHz B+G router.
 

keysofanxiety

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Nov 23, 2011
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Its already on WPA (AES).. My router is a planet ADW 4401 2.4GHz B+G router.
Argh, I'm out of ideas then. Try unplug router power, leave for 1 min, plug back in.

Failing that, hard reset on iPhone, or full wipe/reinstall, if there's still an issue pop to an Apple Store. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful, hopefully somebody else will have other ideas.
 

I7guy

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Nov 30, 2013
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Gotta be in it to win it
I have only, WEP, WPA (TKIP), WPA (AES), WPA2 (AES), WPA2 (TIKIP), WPA2 Mixed .. Which one should I choose?
Try wpa2 aes as suggested. Using speed test.net what are your speeds? You have a g router so your speeds are limited. In addition if you have other devices on the "b" protocol it will kill your speeds. Turn off all wireless devices except your iPhone and give it a go.
 

Yun0

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Jun 12, 2013
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Its already on WPA (AES).. My router is a planet ADW 4401 2.4GHz B+G router.
thats why, a 802.11b/g router? thats ancient, u need something current, with current or at least decent hardware, with a decent firmware to drive it, even a basic used wndr3700 v1 for example (which also supports 3rd party firmwares like ddwrt) will be night & day, ull have 802.11n, ull have 5ghz, ull have cpu power etc..