How to view saved WiFi passwords on iOS 16 and iPadOS 16

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC22. When compared to 2021’s major releases, these new operating system (OS) updates pack A LOT of visual changes. The iPhone has become more customizable, while M1 iPads now support resizable app windows. In the meantime, Apple has streamlined the Mac’s UI to better match that of iPadOS. One of the most notable quality-of-life additions on iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 is the ability to view saved WiFi passwords. For the longest time, this feature had been exclusive to macOS. Now Apple mobile users also get to view a list of all networks they’ve saved, reveal

Make Google / Nest Wifi Instantly Faster with this One Change

If you are using Google or Nest Wifi, make this small change from the Google Home app to make everything feel faster than before. The Default Google and Nest Wifi Settings are Sort of Slowing You Down, Make this Change Today and Make Everything Faster We are huge fans of Google and Nest Wifi, but the entire system does come with its own set of problems, like any other consumer product. Thankfully, those problems are something which a lot of people shouldn’t be worried about at all. But, I will point out just one thing which I later realized is something which everyone should ‘fix’ right away. See, when you

Apple iPad Air 5 (2022) WiFi vs Cellular model: What’s the difference?

Apple unveiled the 5G-enabled iPad Air 5 (2022) during its Peek Performance virtual event. Despite it sharing the same chassis with the previous-gen model, it still brings plenty of improvements. Most notably, it includes Apple’s M1 chip, supports 5G networks, and comes in five vivid finishes. For $599 only, you can buy the iPad Air 5 in Space Gray, Starlight, Pink, Purple, or Blue. If you decide to go for it, don’t forget to protect it with a case and take a look at the best chargers available as an alternative to the included one. Now, you must be wondering — what’s the difference between the regular and 5G models?

CES 2022: MSI Unveils the MAG B660 Tomahawk WIFI DDR4 Motherboard

MSI, along with other vendors has unveiled new motherboards for Intel’s latest Alder Lake processors based on the more affordable H670, B660, and H610 chipsets. One of the most interesting MSI is the MAG B660 Tomahawk WIFI, which supports DDR4 memory, includes 2.5 GbE and Wi-Fi 6 networking, and provides plenty of USB 3.2 G2 connectivity on the rear panel. Hailing from one of its most popular series of motherboards over the last couple of years, the Tomahawk typically offers users a decent feature set but at a more modest price point. The MAG B660 Tomahawk WIFI DDR4 is the latest in its ‘arsenal’ of MAG branded boards, with an

Intel update improves WiFi & Bluetooth quality on Windows 11, Windows 10

Intel has published a new set of drivers for Windows 10 and Windows 11. The drivers were published earlier this week and have just started rolling out to users running Intel’s assistant tool in the background. The focus of the new release is on wireless network quality. Unlike the previous driver update, which addressed bugs related to Blue Screen of Death and other deadlocks, Intel is focusing on connectivity issues with today’s update. As per the changelog, this is the first release that includes fixes for Intel’s new product category (Wi-Fi 6E AX411). It’s also worth pointing out that Intel drivers updates are initially offered via the company’s update tool.

WiFi Extender vs WiFi Repeater – Which one is better?

No one can deny the extensive dependence of millennials on technology and the Internet. You need a proper Internet Connection in order to carry your daily chores. However, sometimes a WiFi is not apt enough to provide everyone in the office with a fast and reliable Internet Connection. So, they look for either a WiFi Extender or a Repeater to stretch the maximum range of the WiFi. In this article about WiFi Extenders and WiFi Repeaters, we are going to see which one is better for you. What is Wi-Fi Repeater? WiFi Repeater is used to extend the range of your WiFi. You need to plug it in a region

Xiaomi launches its Redmi Buds 3 Pro, tri-band WiFi 6 router, and 27″ gaming monitor globally

Xiaomi has announced a range of new AIoT products, including a new gaming monitor, a tri-band Wi-Fi 6 router, wireless earbuds, a smart air-fryer, and an electric scooter. Notably, all of the products are already available in China, and the company is now announcing these for markets outside of its home country. Starting with the Mi 2K Gaming Monitor 27’’, it features a 2560 x 1440 QHD panel with a 165Hz high refresh rate. Apart from offering 95% of the DCI-P3 and over 100% sRGB color range, the monitor also offers VESA DisplayHDR 400, and it is TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light certified. Xiaomi also claims that it offers excellent

4 Ways to Use Your Android Phone as WiFi Repeater

Everyone likes working at their favorite spot in their home or office, but when we don’t get proper wifi coverage, then it can become frustrating. This problem can be solved with the help of WiFi repeaters, but what if you don’t want to make an additional investment, right now? Another quick way to temporarily fix the WiFi problem is to use your phone as a WiFi repeater, you can even use an old phone as well. Today we will be sharing few ways to use your Android Phone as a WiFi repeater. Earlier versions of Android do have the WiFi repeater feature, this can be found with different names on

What are FragAttacks? How to secure your WiFi against FragAttacks?

Just about recently, a security researcher has discovered and reported new vulnerabilities in WiFi devices known as FragAttacks. These are new types of attacks that exploit design flaws in the WiFi standard and affect most WiFi-enabled devices. He has previously discovered the KRACK attack which basically affected WPA2 protocol. What are FragAttacks? FragAttacks term is coined with the phrase Fragmentation and Aggregation Attacks. These are security threats that target WiFi devices. In these attacks, the attacker basically targets a device that is within the range of its WiFi network and steals the victim’s sensitive information (e.g., password). These attacks impact all recent WiFi security protocols including WPA3 and WPA2. Home