Apple released its iPads with Wi-Fi and cellular features. Any device allows you to connect to the Internet and you can explore the entire web world on your mobile device. In case your iPad won’t connect to a Wi-Fi network or mobile data stops working, you’re in a real situation. You want you to use a laptop that can be connected to an Ethernet (LAN). But did you know that you can also connect your iPad Pro 2018 to Ethernet?
It’s a long process of connecting your iPad to a modem or router. You also need to invest a few dollars as this process requires some Apple accessories. After all, you want to use your iPad Pro with a secure internet connection. This can happen after you spend some amount and go through the method
How to Connect iPad Pro to Ethernet (LAN)
Use Ethernet on iPad Pro 2018
After you buy the above products, you need to connect the USB C end of the hub to your iPad Pro; Then connect the Ethernet patch cable to the Ethernet port visible on the USB hub. And you’re good to go…
Use LAN on iPad with Lightning Port
Accessories you need:
You need to follow a few simple steps once all of the above accessories are in place. Note that you can use the same method to connect your iPhone to Ethernet.
Step 1. First, you need to turn off Wi-Fi and Mobile Data if you are using an iPad with Cellular feature on your iPad.
Step 2 Plug one end of the network cable into a free port on your router. Plug the other end into the Ethernet port on the USB Ethernet adapter.
Step 3. Then connect the USB end of the adapter to the lightning connector on the camera.
Step #4. Finally, connect the tip of the adapter to your iPad.
This is it!
Your iPhone or iPad is now connected to an Ethernet (LAN) because the device quickly recognizes this Ethernet connection. Users who have updated their devices to iOS 10.2 and above may see an Ethernet option in Settings (under Wi-Fi).
To check if your iPad is connected to a local network, open Safari and launch our website.
When your Wi-Fi connection is bad, you can use this trick to use LAN on iPad and iPhone.
This workaround is a little more expensive since you need to buy a few accessories. If your budget allows, you should definitely go for this method of connecting your iPad Pro to Ethernet.