Connecting to Wi-Fi networks


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Connecting to Wi-Fi networks

All iOS devices can connect to Wi-Fi networks, whether they're your home or office networks or public networks at coffee shops, airports and so on. Although the iPhone and iPads with cellular capabilities can also get online via your cellular provider's network, connecting to a broadband connection over Wi-Fi is often going to be a faster internet experience in many cases. And data transferred over Wi-Fi doesn't count against your cellular data plan. Chances are, when you first set up you iOS device, you connected to your home or office Wi-Fi network so you're able to get online. So let's take a look at the Wi-Fi settings so you know how your device will behave when you inevitably want to connect to other networks.

Tap the settings icon to open your system settings. First make sure Wi-Fi is turned on. Under choose a network you'll see a list of all the Wi-Fi networks your device detects. Along with an indicator of how strong each ones signal is. And whether the network is open or...

Connecting to Wi-Fi networks
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Connecting to Wi-Fi networks provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iOS 7: iPhone and iPad Essential Training

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Business
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iOS iPad iPhone
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