Fixing Networking and Cellular Woes
Your iOS device lets you perform a satisfyingly large range of fun and interesting tasks while you're offline. You can play games, read saved articles, listen to downloaded music or podcasts, crack open an e-book, update your contacts, and much more. But iOS and the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch really shine when they have access to the outside world, either via a Wi-Fi network or a cellular signal. With a link established, you can surf, e-mail, message, post, upload, download, and perform all the other online verbs that are the watchwords of today's connected lifestyle.