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    So, almost 2 weeks ago, we finally took the plunge & updated both our iPhone 6 units to iOS 11 (11.4, to be precise). The actual upgrade process went smoothly, & for the most part everything’s gone pretty well with it. But after the first few days, we’ve started having some issues with WiFi in our house, or at least in our iPhones connecting/maintaining the WiFi connection.Symptoms (all happening after the upgrade): -- will "suddenly" lose the connection to the WiFi signal, while in use (especially when using game apps, but sometimes even just Facebook or email) -- when waking from sleep, it has trouble connecting automatically to the network -- really has trouble connecting to the WiFi when VPN is turned on -- will sometimes say that the saved WiFi password is incorrect, then still says it’s incorrect when it’s retyped (multiple times)...only to then connect without updating the saved password in a minute or so.Steps I’ve taken to fix it, with no success: -- manually retype the password for the network (multiple times, see above) -- disabling the VPN (not 100% successful, & TL:DR to explain, we probably need the VPN enabled) -- I reset the Network settings on my phone (didn’t do it on my wife’s), basically wiping out all of the stored networks...with no success.I’m reluctant to hard reset the router, especially since I’m pretty sure it’s not responsible for the problem...because if it were, our 2 Roku sticks, 2 laptops (1 Windows, 1 Macbook Air), my wife’s Surface Pro, & her iPad would all be having these issues...and they’re not having any problems whatsoever.I can’t blame it on battery replacement either; I just replaced the battery recently, but my wife’s iPhone is still on her original (now 3-year-old) battery.Is there some method of testing the WiFi antenna in an iPhone to see if it’s perhaps going bad? Or perhaps some fix I haven’t tried yet that might solve this?

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