If you want to move between rooms in your office or home, you may have to switch between Wi-Fi networks. Switch Fi networks. Fi networks or Bluetooth devices manually. Here's how to speed up the selection of the network using the Control Center on iPhone and iPad.
This is a new feature that was introduced in iOS 1
RELATED: iPadOS Makes Your iPad Almost a Real Computer 19659004] To access this new feature, we need to open the Control Center. If you are using an iPhone X-style device with a notch on top or an iPad, swipe down from the top right of the screen. If you are using an iPhone with a Home button, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to display the Control Center.
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This will expand the panel. Here you see the "WLAN and Bluetooth" button. You can tap the buttons to quickly turn off Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
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It lists all the available Wi-Fi networks and shows which network you're connected to, and lets you tap any network in that list for quick access.
If you select a network that you have not previously logged in to, you will be redirected to the Settings app where you can enter the password.
The same applies to Bluetooth. Tap and hold the Bluetooth button You can see all available Bluetooth devices here – if a device is already paired, just tap the connect option.
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