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So you can use Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in the Control Center with iOS 13

Apple's iOS 13 brings significant improvements and modifications, which include, finally, the long-awaited Dark Mode, the improved Siri voice and more additions. But there is a more subtle setting that will probably make your life easier when managing your connectivity, and it is a new way to quickly and easily connect to different Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth devices, directly from the Control Center. We explain how to use Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in the Control Center with iOS 13. Using this new system is very easy: follow the steps below to manage your Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connections without having to open the application Configuration

You don't have iOS 13, but are you willing to try the public beta? Check out our guide on how to install iOS 13 on your iPhone.

WI-FI CONTROLS FROM THE CONTROL CENTER IN IOS 13

  1. Swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone's screen or down from the upper right corner of an iPhone X or later.
  2. Press and hold the Control Center section to access wireless controls such as Air mode, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and more extensive wireless functions.
  3. Press and hold the Wi-Fi switch. Your device search for new Wi-Fi networks and display the available ones.
  4. To change to a new network, enter and enter the password if requested. To access more advanced settings, click on Wi-Fi settings at the bottom of the window.

BLUETOOTH CONTROLS FROM THE CONTROL CENTER IN IOS 13

  1. Swipe up from the bottom of your iPhone's screen or down from the upper right corner of an iPhone X or later.
  2. Press and hold the Control Center section to access wireless controls such as Air mode, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and more extensive wireless functions.
  3. Press and hold the Bluetooth button and your device search for available Bluetooth devices. To connect to a new device, press on it. To adjust more advanced settings, press Bluetooth settings at the bottom of the window.

That is really all that needs to be done to manage the connections from the control center. Check out our analysis of iOS 13 for the latest and best features of the new operating system and check our tips for iOS 13 to find more useful options.

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