Connecting to a wi-fi network


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Connecting to a wi-fi network

With the iPhone and iPod Touch's ability to let you access your e-mail and surf Web sites with a real Web browser, rather than some limited mobile browser you'll find on other phones, most likely one of the first things you want to do with your phone or iPod Touch is to get online. Both the iPhone and iPod Touch can connect to Wi-Fi networks, whether they are home networks or public networks, coffee shops or airports. Although the iPhone can also get online via AT&T's 3G and Edge networks in the US, connecting to a broadband connection over Wi-Fi is going to be a much faster Internet experience. Let's start by taking a look at how to turn on your iPhone or iPod Touches Wi-Fi capability.

Tap the settings icon to open your System Settings; then tap Wi-Fi. First, make sure that Wi-Fi is turned on. Under Choose a Network, you'll see a list of all the Wi-Fi networks your phone or iPod detects, along with an indicator of how strong each one's signal is, and whether t...

Connecting to a wi-fi network
Video duration: 2m 55s 7h 7m Beginner Updated Aug 20, 2010

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Connecting to a wi-fi network provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the iPhone and iPod touch iOS 4 Essential Training

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Business
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iPhone
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