Do you need WiFi to receive internet on the ipad 2category: ipad2
No. Although every iPad is built with wireless technology to automatically find Wi-Fi networks, it is also available with 3G connectivity on either AT&T or Verizon Wireless networks. So if you’re somewhere without Wi-Fi, you can still surf the web.
The iPad is able to connect to a wireless internet if has the wireless chip built in. To see all the Wi-Fi networks in range: From the Home screen, choose Settings > Wi-Fi. Tap a network to join it. on!
To get Wi-Fi started on your iPad: Start the iPad. Tap on the Settings app. Tap on the Wi-Fi category to get to the screen where you will connect to a wireless network. When you reach this screen, the iPad will start searching for Wi-Fi (more?)
The Apple iPad 2 has always had built-in Wi-Fi. The newly released iPad 2 has built-in Wi-Fi as well as 3G access availability from AT&T and Verizon. However, as stated, internal WiFi has always been a feature on the Apple iPad since day one. !
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6 Responses to “Do you need WiFi to receive internet on the ipad 2”
Does the iPad need wifi to go on the internet?yes , unless you get the 3g versionBy Magnumutz July 13th, 2012 at 10:23:33
iPad2 comes with two models. One with wifi and another with wifi+3G. iPad2 wifi model can connect to Internet via wifi. Another version have two options. If you are in home with wifi you can connect to it. When you are outside, say at friends home whBy element.au July 13th, 2012 at 12:05:00
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If you cannot access a Wi-Fi signal on your iPad, you can enable the hotspot feature on your iPhone to provide Internet access for both devices. A hotspot converts its own signal, such as a cellular Internet connection, into a signal for mu…http://www.ehow.com/how_8304724_access-ipad-using-iphone-4.htmlBy lisagriff July 13th, 2012 at 16:53:37
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Could I get an iPod Touch for Christmas? My grandpa works in computer maintenance, so that should boost the chances.
Seeing as though I can wait 5 months (I waited 10 months for
school to end) I don’t think I want one for the beginning of school. I
would rather have it for Christmas. Furthermore, that’s when my family
would be together (Unless my mom is sleeping) to open the gifts.
Another reason is because a new iPod Touch is being released in
September, and that would be incongruous for a new device to be
distributed a month after I get the initial device. That way you don’t
have to tell me about that wives’ tale about getting something and
then something new is released! Well, not until September 2012, but I
could trade the unit in anyways.
Good thing an iPod Touch comes with a thesaurus and dictionary! If
I need to spell check something, I could do so on the go, or in my
house. It’s like holding Einstein in your hand.
Not to mention, I could see my extended family whenever I want,
with just an iPod Touch in my pocket, as long as I’m in a WiFi area.
Since I mainly use the computer for the Internet, I could be using the
Safari Mobile has been proven to be faster than the Wii Browser,
which is an Opera-based browser. The new version will support any
Flash animation viewing, which the Wii seems to lack, except you can
view animations up to Flash 8.
Apple confirmed that the iPod Touch supports 3G connection! That
way, if there’s ever a tornado or other disaster (We already got hit
by one on May 22nd, surprisingly, the power didn’t go out) I can still
keep in touch with you. When I need to check on a website I
co-created, I could do so whenever I want with 3G. Of course, 3G’s a
hassle, so if you ever decide to get me an iPod Touch 5G, you can
decide on whether it should be a 3G model or not. (Don’t confuse the
iPod Touch 3G [3rd Generation] with 3G networking)
Also, I don’t even have to Jailbreak the iPod Touch to get
educational apps! I just download them at the App Store, and off I go!
Not like I will need them, though, but then math comes in the picture.
According to the pattern when it comes to iPod Touch RAM, the iPod
Touch should be faster than the iPad 2! That is my theory because the
iPod Touch screen resolution is a little smaller (960 x 640) so it has
less pixels to process, therefore saving time. Assuming the iPad 2 has
no updates at all, except for very important patches, the iPod Touch
should be at least 1.5× faster because of the less pixels to process,
RAM updates, and a new operating system.
I would like to ask for a 16 GB model, because the computer is
slowly running out of disk space, and I’d like to keep my very
important files, mostly very important PHP files for the website I
help code, in case if I need to make revisions.
With the possibility of 1080p HD video, it will look like I shot
an IMAX film. It could enhance the quality of Facetime calls, too. So,
when Christmas rolls around and if I get the iPod Touch, I could video
chat with you and show you the presents we received.
It’s me, Eric. I believe it was inappropriate to ask you for an iPad 2, especially because of how much it would cost these days. I thought about it. It turns out I only wanted one because my dad had one. I used my common sense, and determined that an iPod Touch 4th Generation with 8 GB of space would be more appropriate for me. To prove how bad I want one and that I can be mature about it, I am willing to help you until school starts again. One reason is that I don’t need 8 GB, and I probably won’t even take up 2 GB of space. If I won’t be getting one from you, I hope you consider it once I enter high school. Here’s a quote from a website: “The retina display ups the resolution of iPod touch’s 3.2 inch display from 240×320 to 640×960 – at a whopping 326 pixels per inch.” So that’s higher definition than the average computer, which clocks in at 96 pixels per inch. If I’m fed up with the small screen, I can simply hook it up to the computer, and download softwa
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