Advice 1: How to get online with the iphone

Perhaps, among the owners of iPhone few of those who do not go out with him in the Internet, because this gadget just made for surfing the web. However, after purchase, you may find that to access the Internet you need to complete the setup of the iPhone. To make it easy.
How to get online with the iphone
First, open "Settings", select "General" then "Network" and enter operator details in section "Cellular data network". To subscribers of "Beeline" should be entered in the APN field value and in the field Login and Pass to enter the word beeline. The subscribers of "MTS" you only have to fill in the APN field inscribed in it Well, if you use the services of "MegaFon", enter internet in the APN field, and in the fields Login and Pass enter McAfee.
Restart iPhone that the phone was re-registered in the network. You can now open the browser. By default, it is located on the first (main) screen is a blue icon of a compass with the signature Safari. Hit it and after starting the browser, enter in the address bar, the website address that you would like to visit. Stretch the page on the screen with your fingers to zoom in. To move up the page, touch the top of the screen.
As an alternative browser you can use the popular app is Opera mini, which can be downloaded free in the AppStore, the icon which appears by default on the main screen. Opera mini works a little faster than Safari, but does not support Multitouch. To increase page "tap" the screen with your finger twice. Re-action will return the page to its original form.
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If you are in range of a wireless network, when you try to connect to the Internet, the iPhone will notify you of available Wi-Fi network and offer to connect. Agree! So you will save money on their mobile account.

Advice 2: Disabling Internet on iPhone

With data turned on on the iPhone, there is a risk to pay extra money, because some applications go online on their own schedule and updated from time to time. If you are faced with this problem, the 3G Internet can be disabled.
Disabling Internet on iPhone

Mobile data (cellular data/mobile data) and have mobile Internet on your iPhone. If disabled, it will not happen to survey the Internet and use applications that need Internet connection. Apps like email or calendar, even when off the Internet may provide some functionality, but for their complete operation of mobile data is needed.

It is worth noting that disabling cellular data on the IPhone doesn't mean that you won't be able to come up with a device to the Internet. There is still Wi-Fi, and mobile data you can always turn it back on.

3G is the speed of your mobile Internet. If you have an iPhone there is a possibility, then just disable 3G back to 2G. Off the 3G in this case helps to extend the battery life, thus you can continue to use GRPS and EDGE (slower Internet standards).

The data roaming (data roaming/data roaming) is the use of mobile Internet abroad. Sometimes the operator takes a lot of money for the use of mobile Internet, so when abroad it makes sense to turn off iPhone data roaming.

Now let's look at how to disable the iPhone to the Internet - be it mobile data or 3G data roaming. For example, take iOS 6, other versions of the settings are slightly different, but not so much that it was impossible to navigate.

First go to your phone's settings, select the "Main/General", then "Network/Network". Use the slider to disable 3G or cellular data. This menu item is disabled and data roaming. If you want to return the Internet to your IPhone, then just take the opposite effect by scrolling the slider to enable the required functions.

You can scroll through this menu below, there you will see a set of settings to limit the transmission of cell data from different applications. Certain applications issue warning messages that their use of mobile Internet can get expensive, but before you start, not all applications and notify!

Advice 3: How to setup Internet on iPhone 4s

The IPhone 4S allows users to access the Internet using the technology of wireless data transmission. You can use both Wi-Fi and 3G, to implement the ability to view pages on the Internet.
How to setup Internet on iPhone 4s


To access the Internet via Wi-Fi you can use the appropriate settings menu item. In this case additional manipulation on the configuration of the phone you produce not have to. To complete the connection, go to "Settings" - Wi-Fi. Move the slider right to activate the data transfer. Among the list proposed at the bottom of the screen, select the access point name that you want to use for the connection. If necessary, enter the required password. After you select a few seconds will be connected and you will be able to use the Internet.


To connect to the network by wireless communication through the access point 3G mobile operator you will need to enter additional settings. If you are using iOS version 6, configuration settings, go to "Settings" - "General" - "Cellular data" - "Cellular data network".
For devices iPhone 4s with iOS 7 the 3G is in "Settings" - "Cellular" - "Cellular data network".

In the corresponding lines of the proposed options, enter the options you want. Under APN, enter the address of the access point, and enter the user name and password for the connection (if required). The appropriate settings you can find on the official website of your operator. You can also call the support service provider of mobile communication, to clarify the necessary parameters. For Beeline as APN, you need to specify or In the field "username" and "Password" enter beeline. To configure the Internet through a "Megaphone", just write the value of the internet in the APN field. To access via the "MTS" enter as APN. Username and password for the operator must be specified as mts.
To solve the problem you can also contact the helpdesk of your mobile operator.

After making settings go to previous menu and switch the slider to "Cellular data" is turned to the on position. If the settings were done correctly, on the top of the smartphone screen will appear the icon for EDGE or 3G. To access the Internet, use a browser which can be accessed via the corresponding icon on the screen. If you connect to the network fails, restart your phone and verify your information again.

Advice 4: How to disable Internet on the iPhone

This high-tech device like the iPhone is hard to imagine without the Internet. However, many users in order to save traffic prefer to disable the ability to move the phone to the Internet. There are several options for turning off the Internet on this gadget.
How to disable Internet on the iPhone
Usually the desire to turn off the Internet occurs after detection of periodic treatment a variety of applications to your network with Push notifications. You deliberately do not use the Internet, and an iPhone yourself wasting your traffic. If that's a problem, you can just turn off Push notifications ensure that the installed applications to access the Internet without your knowledge.
To do this, open "Settings", go to "Notifications" and turn the switch to position "0". Thus you will eliminate any referral of applications to the Internet without your participation.
If you disable Push notifications is not enough, you can limit the output capability of the phone to the Internet. Go to Settings, go first to section "Basic" then "Network" and toggle to "0" switches for "Enable 3G" and "Cellular data". After that, iPhone will not be able to access the Internet via GPRS and 3G.
If you need to limit the possibility of connecting iPhone to the Internet via a wireless network, go to Settings, go to Wi-Fi and switch to position "0" switch for Wi-Fi. After that, access to the Internet via iPhone is blocked.
The most radical way to disable the Internet in your iPhone will disable the Wi-Fi module together with a waiver of all services based on GPRS a mobile phone operator. Please contact customer service of your operator with a request to disable a package of services based on GPRS.
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If necessary you can always enable wifi but disable GPRS, 3G or Push notifications. It all depends on what goal you are pursuing. For example, if at home and at work you use free Internet via Wi-Fi, turn Wi-Fi module in the iPhone, thus turning off GPRS and 3G. Also you can allow and sending applications for Push notifications, because in this case, Internet traffic your mobile account will not be consumed.
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