It can be a drag to obtain and enter the Wi-Fi network password for an otherwise free and publicly available network—or even the network at a friend’s house or colleague’s place of work. With an iPhone or iPad running iOS 11 or later, you can avoid entering a password altogether if someone you know is nearby.A whopping six conditions have to be met, which seems like a lot. However, each of these is straightforward:
Both devices must have iOS 11 or later or macOS 10.13 High Sierra or later installed.
You both must have Bluetooth and Wi-Fi enabled.
The email address used for your Apple ID has to be in their Contacts list.To read this article in full, please click here
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