US technology giant Apple has acknowledged an error regarding the Personal Access Point feature, which allows users to turn their iPhone into a Wi-Fi access point. The company from Cupertin can solve the problem with an update that will be published soon.
The Personal Access Point feature on iPhones allows users to turn their iPhone into a Wi-Fi point and connect the surrounding devices to the Internet via iPhone. I think it would not be wrong to say that this feature has become more important than ever, especially when we think that many people work from home due to the coronavirus epidemic. Because the only method used when there is a problem with the internet connection at home is the Personal Access Point feature.
However, according to the information provided by MacRumors, some iPhone users are having trouble using the Personal Access Point feature. Some users who cannot connect to the access point from their computers and face the problem of continuous disconnection when they are connected want the problem to be solved as soon as possible.
Informing its authorized services about the problem, Apple suggested that users turn the Personal Access Point feature on and off. It is currently unclear whether the Cupertino company will release an update to address this issue, but Apple plans to introduce iOS 13.4 to users on March 24.