There's something wrong with <her wifi system>


Senior Member
Chinese,Cantonese,Sichuan dialect

My mom can't use her iPhone to get online, she can't turn on the wifi button on her iPhone. The other day my father asked her to get online, I said:

There's something wrong with her wifi system.

I wonder if the bold is natural. I want to be specific since my father knows something about this type of cell phones.

Thanks a lot
  • Egmont

    Senior Member
    English - U.S.
    You don't need to say "system" here. Just "there's something wrong with her wi-fi." However, that means there's something wrong with the signal that comes to her phone, not with the phone herself. If the problem is with the iPhone, then it's with her iPhone's wi-fi connection. (Perhaps it's with her settings.)
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