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  1. If you really think about it, disconnecting from WIFI in most peoples case means either: The network is worse than your cellular network or you have no interest in internet access .
    24 hours as a number of hours to be disconnected has no logic here and I don’t understand the point

    In my case, there are a lot of wifi networks here in Seoul Korea and I have joined many in the past but stability is often poor so most of the time I would like my carriers network.

    The wifi button in control center would serve me well if it reliably stopped my phone from connection attempts while my carrier is functioning quite well.

    I am constantly going into settings to turn off wifi.

    The button is a pointless and confusing detraction from usefullness and like so many Apple UX decisions a much too large portion of the users don’t like the design. If Apple just consulted with average users more it would be a win win.

  2. Why is wifi turned on in control center prior to turning it on in settings if when turning off wifi in settings was done prior to disabling it in control center? Does this have anything to do with the hone control button being turned on in Face ID and passcode when iPhone is locked?

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