Over time the iPhone connects to many Wi-Fi networks, which are stored for future use. After all, this is how the iPhone can reconnect to a known hotspot automatically. iPhone owners can stop this by switching off auto-join, or forgetting a network altogether. There is also a way to see the list of stored Wi-Fi hotspots in iOS, delete networks from the list, and even view their passwords.
The iPhone Wi-Fi hotspot brings data connectivity from your cell phone carrier to any compatible Wi-Fi device or computer nearby. Personal hotspot can keep multiple devices online at the same time. Every once in a while, the personal hotspot may be unavailable or connectivity is lost. If the iPhone hotspot is not working you may need to perform troubleshooting to get the Wi-Fi fixed.
Download speeds on the iPhone or iPad can vary widely depending on the quality of your data connection. Whether your device is using cellular data or Wi-Fi, getting a measure of download and upload speeds is simple. It can be useful to know if you are getting the expected speeds or the actual Mbps that your service provider offers. When it comes to broadband, most providers charge more money for faster speeds.
The Google Home app is used on iPhone to detect and set up smart home devices including the Google Chromecast. Older Chromecast models, such as the first generation may have trouble during setup. There are several steps you can take to help correct the problem, and find the Chromecast in the Google Home app.
To troubleshoot the setup process, make sure the Chromecast has a flashing white LED when plugged into the TV and a power source. Otherwise reboot the Chromecast, or factory reset it by holding the Chromecast button for 20 seconds.
Current subscribers to Xfinity services can allow the iPhone to automatically connect to Xfinity Wi-Fi hotspots across the country. Connecting to available Wi-Fi networks reduces cellular data usage and is included with your Comcast bundle. To streamline the process, an Xfinity Wi-Fi profile can be installed on iOS devices.