iOS devices are Internet depended because most of their functions require web connectivity. iPhones and iPads are able to send and receive data from the world wide web with the help of the Wi-Fi connectivity. To connect to a wireless router for the first time you have to open the Settings app and tap on…
Posted in How To by Vlad on September 3, 2017
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