Yes our Apple devices have been updated to ios14 also, I didn’t notice whether it said weak security before, but as I’d only installed the new hub on Monday assumed it was that, sounds like it could be a coincidence.
Perhaps the new Apple OS demands higher security settings?
WPA TKIP is an access protocol with an old encryption standard from around 2003, that includes some known vulnerabilities. It is offered for compatibility reasons with older legacy devices (and I wouldn't be surprised if it also was used by a few of the cheap and cheerless newer ones like low end "internet of junk" devices and some wireless printers). That's why it's on the Hub 3, that's why it is enabled.
Turning it off in this day and age SHOULDN'T cause a problem, but if you find a device that won't connect, then you'd either need to change the device setting to use AES, or re-enable TKIP on the hub. Or buy newer kit.
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Hello I changed the setting and I still have the same issue in the iPhone. Can anyone please advise? Seems that even with WPA2 the iPhone still see it at WPA/WPA2 and hence I still get an error and the WiFi keeps disconnecting. I hope that someone has a solution.