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Inside, you'll find advice and steps for how to:
- Set up an iPhone personal hotspot so that you can put any iPad on the Internet.
- Connect to a Wi-Fi network at work, home, or when at a public hotspot.
- Tweak a Wi-Fi network to give your iPad a faster connection.
- Connect to Wi-Fi using secure connections-Â*learn about the security pros and cons of MAC address filtering, WEP, WPA, WPA2, and VPNs.
- Connect with 3G: This topic is most detailed in its discussions of plans from AT&T and Verizon Wireless in the United States, but it also takes a global perspective, with brief details about some data plans outside the United States and what to consider when traveling to a different country with your iPad.
- Monitor and limit 3G data usage to save on your data plan.
- Connect to Bluetooth peripherals such as keyboards and headsets, and do tethering and peer-to-peer pairing.
- Understand what's at risk and protect the private passwords, documents, and data stored on your iPad.
- Take preventative action: Get ideas for installing third-party remote-tracking software and turn on Apple's Find My iPhone.
- Find out how to use Find My iPhone if your iPad is lost or stolen.
Glenn Fleishman is a technology journalist based in Seattle, where he lives with his wife and two sons, both of whom are adept at accidentally pressing the Power button on his laptop. He's a contributing editor at TidBITS, responsible for much of their Web and publishing infrastructure; a columnist for the Seattle Times on all things Mac related; and a regular contributor to the Economist, Macworld, and Ars Technica. He appears regularly on his local public radio station, KUOW.