Connecting your iPhone or iPad to Wi-Fi not only gives you access to the internet and all its glory, it also saves you from using data for your apps, games, and web browsing, which can save you some money on your bill.
If you’re coming from iOS 10, you may be used to using Control Center to turn off Wi-fi and Bluetooth with just a few quick taps. Unfortunately, in iOS 11 you’re not able to do that. Here’s to turn off Wi-fi and Bluetooth in iOS 11.
Do you have spotty Wi-Fi coverage in some parts of your home or office? Are your Wi-Fi connected devices causing connectivity issues? You can do something about it by extending your current Wi-Fi network with an extra AirPort Base Station!