How to Connect iPad to WiFi Networks

WiFi is a high-speed wireless networking connection. WiFi can be found in your office, home, and coffee shops and restaurants. Some WiFi networks are public and available to anyone. Others are private and password protected. While some iPad models offer always-on 3G Internet connections, the fastest way to get your iPad online is via WiFi. Following is the steps to connect iPad to WiFi networks.

Steps: How to Connect iPad to WiFi Networks

Step 1. If you didn't rearrange your apps, tap Settings from the iPad's Homescreen. If did, find the Settings icon where you put it.

Step 2. In the Settings screen, tap Network.

Step 3. To start the iPad scanning for available wireless networks, tap the WiFi button and then slide the slider to "on". In a few seconds, you'll see a list of all the networks near you, whether they're public or private.

Step 4. The list of WiFi networks you'll see will include two kinds: public and private. Private networks have a lock icon next to them; Public don't. The bars next to each network indicate the strength of the connection – more bars means a faster connection. To connect to a public network, just tap the network name and you'll be online.

Step 5. If you want to access a private network, you'll need a password. Assuming you've got the password, tap the network name and enter it the password. Then tap the "join" button at the bottom right of the screen.

Step 6. Advanced users can click the arrow to the right of the network to access more technical configuration settings. Everyday users probably won't need to look at these options.

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