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How to forget a wi-fi network on your iPhone and iPad
Having trouble connecting to your home wi-fi? Maybe it's because your neighbor's signal is too strong. You can forget a wi-fi network you've joined to help fix the problem. My next door neighbors are also some of my dearest friends. Of course, I've used their wi-fi and they've used mine. When they first moved next door to me, however, my devices would drop my wi-fi and join their network. Clearly, they have a stronger signal than I do. So, I had to forget their network so my iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV would stop trying to piggyback on their network instead. If you're experiencing something similar, or just want to forget a wifi network you've been using, here's how. How to forget a wi-fi network on your iPhone and iPadHow to stop automatically joining a networkHow to find out if a wi-fi network is available in range
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