iPad 3 Tutorial: Use Wi-Fi Personal Hotspot For Tethering
The iPad 3 comes with a tethering feature known as ‘Wi-Fi Personal Hotspot’. This feature allows users to share their iPad’s 4G LTE or HSPA + Internet connection with any device that can connect to the Wi-Fi network. Earlier, we talked about how to enable this feature in your device as it might not be enabled by default. We have also taught you how to change the password for your Wi-Fi Personal Hotspot. Keep reading how to use your Wi-Fi Personal Hotspot for tethering after the break!
Users can use their Wi-Fi Personal Hotspot to share their iPad 3 LTE or HSPA+/EVDO connection with any device such as Mac, Windows and Linux laptops, PCs, handhelds etc. as long as it has a Wi-Fi connection. You can do this by following the simple steps below;
Starting Wi-Fi Personal Hotspot on the iPad 3
Step 1: Launch the Settings menu.
Step 2: Tap on the ‘Personal Hotpot’ option.
Step 3: Toggle it ‘on’.
The Device you want to connect with
Step 1: See which Wi-Fi connections are available.
Step 2: The Wi-Fi Personal Hotspot that you have will have the same name as your iPad. Select it!
Step 3: Enter the password. It’s the same as the one which appears on your iPad 3.
Step 4: You’ll be able to see a blue bar across the top of the iPad that you have and this tells that the Wi-Fi Personal Hotspot is connected. The number of connections will appear on the right of the screen.
Keep in mind that different connections are allowed by different carriers and the number of connections varies from 5 to a total of 8.
You should also check out some good Wi-Fi + 4G offers.
(credit goes to iMore)
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