Tether Iphone To Ipad
Tethering an iPhone to an iPad is not impossible and gives you the chance to avoid paying for two separate data plans. By default, the tethering option is not available but if you are willing to tweak the features of your Apple devices, the impossible becomes possible and brings along the possibility to further tweak the features of your iPhone.
The key to tethering an iPhone to an iPad is to jailbreak the iPhone. That’s the only way you will be able to use a Cydia app called MyWi that can help you convert your iPhone 4 into a wireless hotspot and then connect to it any device that you want to connect to the Internet, and not only an iPad (as long as the device comes with the necessary capabilities). MyWi is not an app hard to set up or use, but it does require a one-time fee of $9.95. In my view its features are worth every penny because you will first of all be able to create a Wi-Fi hotspot and connect to it simultaneously every compatible device you own. In addition, you will benefit from 40-bit and 104-bit WEP Security that will make sure no one illegally connects to your hotspot or interferes with your Internet browsing. What I also like is that you will be able to choose between USB and Bluetooth tethering and avoid draining the battery life of the smartphone as fast as it would happen if the PdaNet app were used. So, on the whole, MyWi seems to be the perfect choice for tethering your iPhone to your iPad as long as you are willing to jailbreak the Apple smartphone.
What you have to do in order to start using the app mentioned is first of all jailbreak your iPhone, You will then have to browse the Cydia app that will be added to your iPhone in search of the MyWi app that makes it all possible. After you make the purchase, you will have to install the app by following the onscreen prompts made available. Then, you will be able to setup the app on your iPhone and enable Wi-Fi tethering. What’s left to do is connect your iPad to the newly created network and start browsing the net through your iPhone. It’s not complicated at all, is it?
What I also need to mention is that the speeds ensured are decent, so you won’t have to wait ages until a web page is loaded on your iPad. The only inconvenient is that the iPhone’s battery will drain a little faster. That’s why you should keep within reach a battery backup source that will make tethering worth the effort.
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