The mobile hotspot built into the iPhone gets some real improvements in iOS 13. iPads can connect automatically and stay connected even when asleep.
In addition, Apple upgraded some of iOS 13’s other Wi-Fi capabilities, including making the Control Center more useful.
Apple promises the tablet can “automatically connect to your nearby iPhone personal hotspot when there’s no internet connection available.”
Better Wi-Fi connections
And iOS 13 will help users find open hotspots. “Your iPhone determines which Wi-Fi networks at your location are being used and notifies you if one is available,” according to Apple. Presumably, this will be true for iPad as well.
In addition, iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 support WPA3, which debuted last summer. It adds new features to simplify Wi-Fi security and enable more robust authentication.
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