Tag Archive: Network’s


How to View Wi-Fi Networks Signal Strength on iPhone or iPad

Want to see a wireless networks wi-fi signal strength from an iPhone or iPad? That’s easy enough, and you have two quick and simple ways to view the wi-fi signal strength of a currently active wireless network right from iOS, and you can even see the signal strength of other nearby networks too. The first … Read More

How to Enable Low Data Mode on iPhone & iPad for Wi-Fi Networks

Looking for a way to reduce data usage on a wi-fi network while using your iPhone or iPad? This trick is for you. Depending on where you live, Internet may or may not be expensive. If you’re living in the United States, there’s a good chance you’re paying a higher bill for your broadband connection … Read More

How to Switch Wi-Fi Networks on iPhone & iPad from Control Center

Ever wished you could quickly change wi-fi networks on iPhone or iPad? How about switching wireless networks right from the Control Center? Control Center is a handy feature allows users to quickly toggle certain functions like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, and more. With each new iteration of iOS, Apple has been adding incremental upgrades to … Read More

How to Enable Low Data Mode on iPhone & iPad for Wi-Fi Networks

Looking for a way to reduce data usage on a wi-fi network while using your iPhone or iPad? This trick is for you. Depending on where you live, Internet may or may not be expensive. If you’re living in the United States, there’s a good chance you’re paying a higher bill for your broadband connection … Read More

How to Switch Wi-Fi Networks on iPhone & iPad from Control Center

Ever wished you could quickly change wi-fi networks on iPhone or iPad? How about switching wireless networks right from the Control Center? Control Center is a handy feature allows users to quickly toggle certain functions like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, and more. With each new iteration of iOS, Apple has been adding incremental upgrades to … Read More

How to Connect to Invisible Wi-Fi SSID Networks from Mac OS X

A fair amount of wireless routers choose not to broadcast their identity (called an SSID) as a simple security precaution, thus knowing how to join an invisible network from a Mac is important. To connect to one of these hidden networks in OS X is easy enough, but to join you will need to know … Read More

Inspired by The Hobbit, this DIY sword glows when it’s near open Wi-Fi networks

Never able to find an open Wi-Fi signal when you need one? Maybe you should carry around this sword. Modeled after Frodo’s weapon in The Lord of the Rings, it glows when it’s within range of open Wi-Fi. The blade…Read more ›

China Telecom reveals iPhone 6 will run on all major Chinese networks

Pretty much everyone already knows that the iPhone 6 is coming out next month, but one of Apple’s carrier partners in China just couldn’t hold onto the secret anymore, and announced to customers on Weibo that it will sell an…Read more ›

Stop iOS from Re-Joining Unwanted Wi-Fi Networks with a Forced Forget

iOS is usually smart enough to join the last functioning wireless network used within range, but if you’re in an area with many wi-fi networks available sometimes you’ll find an iPhone or iPad is persistently joining and re-joining a network that you don’t want it to, even if you consistently toggle over to join a … Read More

AT&T and Verizon’s LTE Networks Are Finally Neck And Neck

Back when AT&T first started rolling out its nationwide LTE network in late 2011, it was at least a year behind Verizon. In fact, when the third-gen iPad launched with LTE last year, we were hard pressed to recommend an…Read more ›

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