How to Add a Wireless Network to an iPad
The iPad serves as a powerful tool to help you manage your business on the go. For instance, you can check your email, browse the Internet and utilize one of among hundreds of thousands of apps. One of the most useful features of the iPad is its Wi-Fi feature, enabling you to connect to wireless networks. This can come in handy if you do not have a cellular plan on your iPad or if you want to conserve data on the plan.
Tap "Settings" on your iPad's home screen to open the Settings menu.
急速PC28彩票Tap "Wi-Fi" to view connection options.
Tap "On" in the Wi-Fi section to enable Wi-Fi. The iPad automatically loads a list of networks in the area.
急速PC28彩票Tap the network you want to join. A prompt opens asking for the network's security key if it's encrypted.
急速PC28彩票Type the network's password and tap "Join." Your iPad joins the network.
- Steps in this article apply to iPad devices running iOS 6.1. Different models or versions may require different steps.
- Your iPad automatically joins networks you've connected to in the past. If you want your iPad to prompt to join networks, open the "Wi-Fi" options menu from "Settings" and select "On" in the Ask to Join Networks section.
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