There’s no supported way to open Settings to the Wi-Fi ‘page’. The fact that this worked in iOS 9 is a bug that’s been fixed in iOS 10.
For future reference, the Apple URL schemes that are officially documented for third-party use include:
Those listed in the Apple URL Scheme Reference
the specific case described in QA1924 Opening Keyboard Settings from a Keyboard Extension [This Q&A has been retired.]
Any Apple URL schemes that are not officially documented should be considered private API.
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This is utterly ridiculous and gives a very bad user experience.
The iOS Product Manager who decided to have this in the version 10 release should be fired.
Using UIApplicationOpenURLOptionsKey, we go to app's settings. Is there any way to go to general settigns?
As far as I know, it is not possible to go to WIFI screen (it is forbidden), but maybe it is possible to go to the root screen inside settings. Is that possible?
Thanks a lot.