Heh…I should have read to the end of the thread before resetting my device. (I thought everyone was still broken)
I too was able to connect successfully (running the iOS 14.3 latest release candidate (beta software) )
I do see that Anova has changed the setup, that you’re now prompted to enter your network name (SSID) and network password.
The GOOD thing is that this now seems to have rectified the issue that they had previously - when they were grabbing the information from iOS and had issues connecting to the network if you weren’t connected over your 2.4GHz radio. My iPhone is connected to the 5GHz network and there were no issues completing the wifi setup. (I stopped that during setup to confirm that my connection over bluetooth was working fine first).
App version 3.2.14
Model Number: A3
Connection Type: Wifi
Firmware Version: 4.6.7
How the Wifi setup goes after you’ve completed the bluetooth connection:
You manually enter SSID and network password
Then there was an iOS security prompt “Anova would like to add a device to your network” - clicked ok
My APC then did the 3-beeps (like the notification you get for your water coming to temp - and the app says Connected Your Anova is connected and ready to use!