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iOS 11 will allow us to take control of the Automatic WiFi connection

iOS 11 will allow us to take control of the Automatic WiFi connection

As you know, when we connect a WiFi to our iOS device, be it an iPhone or an iPad, It turns out that we stay with this connection activated automatically forever. In this way we are dancing with the WiFi connections inside the shopping centers and even inside the house for those who have 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands in our home network, but this is not going to happen again.

We will no longer have to be pressing "forget this network" when we do not want our iPhone to connect to WiFi, iOS 11 has included a switch so that we can automatically stop connecting to a WiFi network without forgetting the password Of the same.

It is an advantage that many shouted for, I still remember when I ran out of MBs and it occurred to me to connect to the EMT WiFi network, since then my iPhone went crazy in terms of mobile data, and I had no choice I need to erase the public transport WiFi on my iPhone. Finally, with this new and simple function that the iOS development team has added to the configuration panel, we can quickly choose which are the networks to which we really want our iPhone to connect automatically, and in which we only want to remember what the password is in case one day we really need it.

A relief for the regular Starbucks and all kinds of shops with WiFi connection. The reality is that Apple is working quite well in terms of adding small but very necessary features to which we could not go without previously performing the Jailbreak. It seems that iOS 11 is a definitive step towards the death of this practice, however, each new functionality is one more possibility that the system becomes unstable … can Apple overcome it?

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