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How to Turn ON Airplane mode | access Wi-Fi in Airplane mode on iPhone

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How to turn on Airplane mode in iOS devices?

Before going to see “how to turn on Airplane mode in iOS devices?” let us begin our talk with the question “what is an air plane mode?” Airplane mode allows you to disable the signal transmission on a mobile phone or any other electronic device. When you turn on the air plane mode all the signal transmission with respect to your cellular network and Wi-Fi connection gets turned off. Say, for example you may not receive any calls, notifications, mails, messages etc… in this mode. The package data also gets interrupted in this mode.

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Now, let’s see answer to the question “how to turn on Airplane mode in iOS devices?” Swipe up from your device screen i.e., iPhone or iPod touch or iPad screen to view the Control Center options. From the available options you can find the Airplane mode icon with a flight symbol. Tap on the Air plane mode icon to enable it. When you enable this service signal transmission from your device gets stopped. Here both the cellular and Wi-Fi service gets interrupted.

If you want to turn off the Airplane mode, re-tap on the Air plane mode icon to disable the service. When this option is disabled you can get the signals back. The services continue its operations on the device.

How to access Wi-Fi in Airplane mode on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch?

Now, let’s answer the other question “how to access Wi-Fi in Airplane mode on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch?” Even though the Wi-Fi connection and cellular data stops providing service in air plane mode, you can access to the Wi-Fi services by enabling the Wi-Fi option from Control Center. This will help you to access   Wi-Fi, even in case of air plane mode.

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