How Do I Combine Wi-Fi and Cellular on My iPad?
If you're getting slow or unreliable Internet on your iPad, you may have wondered if it's possible to use both the Wi-Fi and the mobile data connection on your iPad simultaneously. Actually, it's easy to combine connections on iPad with Speedify.
We're not talking about switching between connections between Wi-Fi and cellular data. We're saying you can use all your available connections simultaneously on your iPad. That's great news, as your connection will get faster and more stable. Your tablet will be able to harness both the download and upload bandwidth of your connections, Wi-Fi and mobile data.
Wondering how to combine connections on iPad? It's simple: you need a software channel bonding / link aggregation solution that will unlock the potential of your tablet.
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Why Should I Combine Connections on iPad?
When iPads switch between connections, there's a problem: this takes time, at least a few seconds.
So what can happen during those seconds, you ask? Here are some examples:
- you may lose an important idea during your video calls
- you may be required to log in again to a particular platform or work VPN you're using, because the IP address of your device has changed with the switch. This means additional time.
- you may be booted from the online game you're playing
- you may lose your unsaved work in the cloud
... and the list can go on.
By combining connections on your iPad, you get more reliable connectivity. Your session will be consistent - meaning that your IP will not change if Wi-Fi should fail, because you'll still be connected to cellular data. That saves a lot of time and hassles.
Faster Internet is also a benefit when you combine connections on iPad. You can create a "super-pipe" from your Wi-Fi + cellular data connections.
All of this (and more!) is possible with the Speedify channel bonding app.
How to Combine Connections on iPad
Here's what you have to do to use both Wi-Fi and cellular data simultaneously on your iPad:
- Verify that your cellular data connection is on and working. Go to Settings > Cellular and flip he switch to on.
- Connect to Wi-Fi. Verify that your Wi-Fi is enabled on your iPad and connected to a network.
Go to Settings > Wi-Fi and flip the switch to on. You can then select a network from the list that appears. Keep in mind, private networks may require you to enter a password before connecting.Need help with this step? Visit Apple’s knowledge base to learn more.
- Get Speedify from the App Store and run it. Speedify will automatically detect any available Internet connections and combine them for increased speed, security, and stability.
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Speedify can bond any combination of 2 or more Internet connections and will intelligently distribute your online traffic between them for optimal performance.
In the majority of cases, Speedify will automatically detect and start using any Internet connections available to your device - but if you need help we have quick start guides available for most common set ups.
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Speedify Also Protects Your Online Privacy on iPad
With its privacy and security functionalities as fast bonding VPN, Speedify will safely guard your online data and put it away from prying eyes (such as your ISP) or cyber criminals.
Plus – we care about your privacy, so we have a strict no log policy regarding the activities you do while using the Speedify service.
Speedify is compatible with all recent iPhones and iPads, including iPhone 5S and all versions of iPhone 6, iPhone 7, iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPhone 11, iPhone SE (2nd generation) and iPhone 12. It also supports all iPad Air and iPad Pro models, iPad 5th generation, iPad 6th generation, iPad 7th generation, iPad mini 2 and later devices. Please check the updated system requirements on the download page.