30 Janvier 2017
The first and foremost step that should be taken is to switch your Wi-Fi off for around 10 seconds and then turn it back on. If this doesn’t solve the issue try turning your router off and then turning it back on. If the issue is stubborn, Apple support center can help you. Simply dial Mac Support Phone Number for help and support services from certified Apple technicians.
Most of the Wi-Fi issues are solved with these solutions; but if the problem still continues, change your network preferences by clicking on the Wi-Fi in the upper right and choose a preference that works better with longer ranges. Move the router closer to the Mac. If you use primarily one device, such as a MacBook try moving your wireless router closer to the position of the MacBook. Get complete Apple support and help from http://apple-support.applehelp.support to resolve Mac Wi-Fi problems.
Get the router up high. Avoid placing your Wi-Fi router at a height lower than furniture pieces, cabinets or other items. Also, avoid other electrical devices, such as electric fans, motors, microwaves and wireless phones are all common causes of wireless interference. Try to position the router away from them, or move them away from the router. Visit http://mac-technical-support.com website for instant help and support on your Mac machine from certified Apple technicians.
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