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Visual QuickStart Guide: iPad by Chris Fehily

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3. Online and Wireless Connections

In This Chapter

Making Wi-Fi Connections

Making Cellular Connections

Using Personal Hotspot

Using Virtual Private Networks

Using Bluetooth Devices

Streaming with AirPlay

Screen Mirroring

Using Location Services

Every iPad can access the Internet over a Wi-Fi connection. You can jump online from a wireless network at home, work, or school, or from a public Wi-Fi hotspot at a library, café, or airport.

The costlier Wi-Fi+4G iPads (or Wi-Fi+3G, for older models) can also connect to the Internet through a cellular network—the same network that you use to make mobile phone calls. In the United States, for example, you can use AT&T or Verizon cellular service, depending on which 4G/3G iPad model you bought.

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