I've got a fairly new iPad, running iOS 10.3, which is doing some very odd things with Wi-Fi. Specifically, having issues with deciding it's properly connected to Wi-Fi.
Sometimes, when I go into the Wi-Fi settings, it simultaneously shows the iPad as being connected to Wi-Fi whilst the Wi-Fi is disabled:
Other times, it can go one better, and show Wi-Fi disabled + no signal + full signal:
Another trick is to show Wi-Fi as on and connected whilst off in the menu:
Fairly often, when connecting to a Wi-Fi network, I seem to have to disable Wi-Fi + wait 4 seconds + enable Wi-Fi to have it decide that there's a valid connection. If I'm unlucky, the Settings app will crash during me doing this…
I'd rather not upgrade to iOS 11 just yet, as a few apps I use haven't got iOS 11 versions out yet.
Short of an upgrade, is there anything I can do to my iPad to fix its frequent confusions about if it is connected to Wi-Fi / disconnected, has Wi-Fi enabled / has Wi-Fi disabled?