How to connect a WLAN in iPhone, iPad, And iOSThe one or the other knows it may be, you have bought new technology, but where are the manuals, etc. to operate the device. Usually, there is only one quick start guide and no comprehensive manual available. But this quick start guide you have after a certain time synonymous not necessarily at hand, and so I've decided to write a small article here how to connect his iPhone or his iPad with a WLAN, or delete a WLAN again.
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Regardless of whether we want to connect or disconnect with a WLAN, in the first step, you start the setting app and also looks immediately under the flight mode the point WLAN, in which case the iPhone is not connected to any WLAN. We now simply tap on WLAN and come to the settings for the WLAN.
Connect to a wireless networkVia the slider we can activate or deactivate the WLAN, in our case, the switch is set to green which means that the WLAN is activated.
Below we see now the point select network and a circle animation which means that is now searched for existing WLAN's.
If a WLAN is found, this is now displayed in a list. In this case, only the network Avalon is displayed what fits, because it is my WLAN. So I tap on the corresponding network name (here, so Avalon), and I am asked for a password.
If the point Show on Networks is activated, you get a message as soon as an open WLAN is within range.
Remove a wireless networkAfter you eg on vacation or with friends with a WLAN connected, but now the Heimreise has begun, one might want to delete the WLAN network also again. To do this, we simply tap on the icon with the I in it, here we get more information about the connected network, and also other settings, which I would not like to go into here since one is rarely needed.
Now our network changes again from the upper range into the area "select network ..." we have now therefore no more connection, Avalon '
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Connecting to a WLAN is not a witchcraft, but for those who have landed here, the contribution was hopefully a help, and so I am, of course, if comments leave, or the one or the other shares the contribution.