How to Connect an iPad to an iPhone Via Bluetooth Tethering : iPhone Tips & Tricks

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Bluetooth tethering can be used to connect your iPhone and iPad devices together over a secure wireless network. Connect an iPhone and iPad together via Bluetooth tethering with help from an Apple retail expert in this free video clip.

Expert: Skylar Kelly
Filmmaker: Patrick Russell

Series Description: Whether you’re trying to use your iPhone as a GPS or just want to…

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33 Replies to “How to Connect an iPad to an iPhone Via Bluetooth Tethering : iPhone Tips & Tricks”

  1. Priv Accnt

    That's no help for IOS 10.2What the hell is wrong with Apple that they release updates that cause more trouble than it fixes…? .?. ?They're really turning into junk products.

  2. Jared Armbruster

    Bluetooth Tethering to an iPad works with Android devices as well, although the steps are a little bit different. I connected my iPad 2 to my LG G3 using Bluetooth Tethering. Just make sure the phone you are tethering with has been made discoverable.

  3. Randy Blackstock

    I have the hotspot on my ATT 5S and even though I'm on a wireless wi-fi at home, if I turn the hotspot to on, on my Iphone, it automatically switches off of my local wi-fi network to data roaming LTE, why it's set like that beats me and why it's called bluetooth again I have no idea, because all you're really doing is removing your Ipad from your local home network to do your iphone's newly created network via wi-fi, Bluetooth has nothing to do with it, you are essentially on wi-fi not bluetooth

  4. thisissimplyme02

    Hi! Would you know how to connect an iPhone 3GS with an iPhone 5 through bluetooth? I can do it with my ipad mini so I can access the personal hotspot in my iphone 5. but for some reason I can't do it for my 3gs. I hope you can help me. Thanks!

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