Connect to Wi-Fi on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

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With an iPad that has 3G capability, you can connect to the Internet using a 3G wireless cellular network. When you add an extender to your wireless network, it will increase the range of your wireless router so that you can connect to your network in locations that previously you could not. To remove an app directly from your iPad, iTouch, or iPhone, press the icon on the device for the particular app you wish to delete until all of the icons on the screen start to wiggle. Tap "Settings" from the home screen on the iPad. Ensure you connected everything properly, then start browsing the Web on your iPad via Ethernet. In order to accomplish this please follow these steps: Not Helpful 0 Helpful 0.

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How Does the iPad Connect to the Internet?

You can also use the FaceTime app to make free video calls over the Internet. Both iPad models connect to the Internet wirelessly via Wi-Fi. Press the "Home" button and tap the "Setting" icon on the home screen. This enables the iPad to automatically look for Wi-Fi hotspots and attempt to connect to them. Type a password at the prompt if a Wi-Fi hotspot requires one for access. Tap "Settings" and "Cellar Data. Depending on your service provider, you may have to pay a fee when you access the Internet over a cellular data network.

One of the more tedious methods for connecting your iPad to the internet is through an existing Ethernet connection with the help of two Apple adapters. This is truly only necessary if you completely lack Wi-Fi or for whatever reason want a wired connection. Lastly, just about any powered USB hub is necessary to power all of this. Plug in your powered USB hub to a power outlet as well. Time to plug everything in and get it running. This feeds the hub the Ethernet connection, and the hub will supply the power to get it running on the iPad.

Finally, connect that adapter into the Lightning port on your iPad. With more than 10 years of experience as a network administrator, Gregory holds an Information Management certificate from the University of Maryland and is pursuing MCSE certification. His work has appeared in numerous online publications, including Chron and GlobalPost. Skip to main content. Tap "Settings" from the home screen on the iPad. Two Great Ways to Stay Connected. About the Author An avid technology enthusiast, Steve Gregory has been writing professionally since Accessed 19 September

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