Looking to use Wi-Fi on your plane or maybe you need to keep your cellular data in check? Follow along for how to use Wi-Fi with Airplane Mode on iPhone.
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Even with Airplane Mode turned on, you can still use Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. With iOS 12, you may find that you’ll remain connected to the Wi-Fi network you’ve been using even after turning on Airplane Mode. But in some cases you’ll need to turn Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on manually after toggling on Airplane Mode.
As the image shows below, you can check your Wi-Fi connection status by looking at the status bar; you should see it next to the airplane icon.
How to use Wi-Fi with Airplane Mode on iPhone
- Open Settings and toggle Airplane Mode on
- Tap Wi-Fi and if it’s off, toggle it on
- Select your Wi-Fi network
Here’s how the process looks:
iOS 12 gives a reminder that Airplane Mode is in use by graying out both the Cellular and Personal Hotspot settings and making them inaccessible.
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