[BleepingComputer] Your iPhone’s WiFi will break after you join this hotspot

A new iPhone bug has come to light that breaks your iPhone’s wireless functionality by merely connecting to a certain WiFi hotspot.. Once triggered, the bug would render your iPhone unable to establish a WiFi connection, even if it is rebooted or the WiFi hotspot is renamed. […]

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