Connecting your iPad to the Internet is essential in order to get the most out of your tablet. We have already
1. Find the Settings app on your iPad; open it.
2. The second option on the list will be Wi-Fi; select it.
3. To the right you should see some options under the heading of Wi-Fi Networks. Make sure Wi-Fi is set to on. Once it is turned on, you will see a list of the available Wi-Fi networks. Select the network to which you wish to connect.
4. A pop-up will request the network password. Enter the password and press the Join button on the keyboard.
Once you have successfully connected to a Wi-Fi network you will see a checkmark next to the name of the network, and the signal indicator will be present on the top bar of your iPad.
The "Ask to Join Networks" option on the iPad functions the same as on the iPhone. If enabled, you will be presented with a list of discoverable hot spots in your vicinity.
Now that you have successfully connected your iPad to the Internet, make sure to check out more of our How To section and continue learning how to get the most out of your tablet!
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