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Apr 27, 2020 How to turn your Mac into a Wi-Fi hotspot - ChrisWrites.com Connect your Mac to the ethernet port, using the correct cable. Select the “Apple” logo in your Mac’s menu bar. Navigate to “System Preferences… > Sharing.” In the left-hand menu, select “Internet sharing.” Facts About Create a wireless hotspot Revealed - YouTube Jul 24, 2020
Your Mac should now show up as a Wi-Fi hotspot for your iPhone, iPad, and similar devices. Simply connect to it like you would any other Wi-Fi network. You can even change the name of your Mac in the same Internet Sharing menu to make it easier to find if you'd like.
To make your Mac a WiFi access point, follow these steps on the computer that has the Internet connection: Select System Preferences from the Apple menu, click the Sharing icon, and then click the Internet button.
To connect to your Personal Hotspot: On Mac, use the Wi-Fi status menu in the menu bar to choose the name of the iPhone or iPad providing your Personal Hotspot. On iPad, iPod touch, or even another iPhone, go to Settings > Wi-Fi, then tap the name of the iPhone or iPad providing your Personal Hotspot.
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