Do you still have Windows on the same Laptop? If so, boot into Windows and confirm that the Wifi still works.
Also, do you still have the live USB of Fedora? If you have that as well, then you can boot into the live USB and check to see how the Wifi does with that live USB. If it works with the live USB, then maybe the installation of Fedora got messed up somewhere. If that is the case, then try reinstalling Fedora.
One more thing, maybe try downloading different Spin of Fedora. You could try KDE, XFCE, etc. I was having problems with Gnome (workstation edition), so I switched to KDE. Then I was having problems with KDE, so I switched to LXQT and realized what the point of QT if I have to download a bunch of software that isn’t QT based to get it how I like. So, I finally switched to XFCE. It just works. Not very fancy looking as compared to Gnome and KDE, but you can make it look nice if you really wanted to. That is XFCE on two of my Dell Optiplex 9020FF. I normally use Gnome on my Samsung series 7 Chronos, but had to switch back to Windows because I needed access to LabVIEW and Multisim.
Either way, just confirm that Wifi still works with Windows and see if it works with the live USB. I am not a programming expert. I just mess around with computers a lot and I am good at googling.