As iOS 13 has come out with a lot of new features and little fixes, Wi-Fi connectivity was always a problem for users. Apple users always wanted a shortcut to Wi-Fi connections as they had to go to the settings every time they wanted to connect to a different Wi-Fi connection. Congratulation to Apple users that Apple has finally added this feature in iOS 13 where you can connect to the Wi-Fi connection from Control Center. You no longer have to go to the Settings and Wi-Fi connection every time you have to connect to a network.
Now you can see a list of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections available from Control Center. In order to see how it works, follow the instructions mentioned below:
How to connect to a Wi-Fi Network through Control Center in iOS 13
Remember: Access Control Center on iPad Pro and iPhone X series devices by swiping down on the right-hand side of the screen. For older devices, Control Center is available by swiping up from the bottom edge of the display.
- Open Control Center by following the above-mentioned way.
- Long press the four-icon platter containing Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane Mode and Mobile Data icon given on the left of Control Center. Long pressing will expand the palette.
- Now, long press on the Wi-Fi icon and here you go.
- Now you can see a list of Wi-Fi connections available. Tap on the Network name that you want to connect with.
- If you are trying to connect to a new Wi-Fi network, it will take you to the appropriate panel in Settings.
- Enter the Password for the Wi-Fi connection and you’re good to go.
The same method is used if you want to connect to a Bluetooth device, long press the Bluetooth icon instead of the Wi-Fi icon.
We hope this has helped you with the Wi-Fi connectivity in iOS 13. For the latest tech-related Information, Stay tuned.