The smart, sleek, fast, trendy and touch screen designed by Apple, iPhone 5 is considered to be the most updated phone today. It supports iOS6, and also has numerous inbuilt features like high resolution camera, messaging service, Siri and other miscellaneous services. The Apple iPhone supports fastest wireless communications (LTE), and has most advanced operating system with a brilliant battery backup. Since your iPhone 5 is more like a computer you can easily access your emails and check and download apps and do a lot more. To be able to do so, you can enable Internet connection on your iPhone 5 and get going. Here are some easy steps to check out.
On the home screen of the iPhone, tap “Settings” icon>turn on the “Wi-Fi” and search for the available networks. From the list of available networks, select your Wi-Fi network name (SSID) and then tap “Connect”. If your Wi-Fi network is password-protected, enter the security key as prompted and then tap “Connect”. When connected, you can begin to surf the Internet.
If you are unable to connect to your own Wi-Fi network, iPhone 5 may give you a list of networks where you can attempt to connect. While trying to connect you may be asked to enter the pass code if it is secured.
If you are unable to connect your Internet through Wi-Fi, then you can count on your 4G data connection provided by your cellular service provider.
- Tap the “Settings “icon.
- Click “General” on the Settings Page.
- Turn “ON” the “Cellular” button.
- Tap “Enable LTE” and turn “ON” the button to access your 4G connection.
- 4G connection is now accessible and you can connect it to the Internet.