Some Apple iPhone 4s users are reporting that their phone’s WiFi is disabled following a recent software update.

The issue occurs with the 7.0.3 release of iOS 7, the new operating system update Apple pushed out to its millions of iPhone users last month. The 7.0.3 release is the second update to the operating system that fixed a number of bugs but apparently has caused new ones for some users.

CTTechJunkie appeared on an NBC 30 story regarding the issue yesterday.

The iPhone maker has not commented on the matter, but does suggest users visit their nearest Apple store for help. Apple has also been scrubbing its support message boards of comments related to the issue. One of those removed was a post written by Lawrence Lessig, a famed attorney responsible for Creative Commons.

Apple typically does not comment on issues that impact a subset of its user base until those problems are fixed. iPhone 4s concerned about the issue who have not yet updated their phones to 7.0.3 may want to wait a little bit for Apple to release its 7.1 update which should roll up a majority of the bug fixes into a single update.

Lon Seidman is the host and producer of “Lon.TV,” a consumer technology video show that is on a number of platforms including YouTube and Amazon. He creates in-depth, consumer-friendly product reviews and commentary. His YouTube channel has over 300,000 subscribers and more than 100 million views.

In addition to being a full-time content creator, Lon is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Hartford (his alma mater) where he teaches a course in entrepreneurial content creation.

Prior to becoming a full-time creator, Lon was a partner at The Safety Zone, his family’s business that manufactures gloves and safety equipment. The company has locations around the globe and employs over 200 people worldwide. The Safety Zone was acquired by the Genuine Parts Corporation in 2016.

Lon is also active in public service, serving as the Chairman of the Essex Board of Education, a member of the Region 4 Board of Education, and as the Secretary / Treasurer of the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education. He was endorsed by both Democrats and Republicans for his re-election in 2021.

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