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Take This 8 Steps And Your iPhone Speed Personal Hotspot Will Increase

Take This 13 Steps And Your iPhone Speed Personal Hotspot Will Increase

Are you experiencing slow performance when you use your iPhone as a personal hotspot? There are many things that can cause a slow, sluggish hotspot when sharing your iPhone's internet connection over Wi-Fi with another phone, Mac, PC, or tablet, including your cellular reception and the apps running on your iPhone. But don't worry—there is almost always a simple fix for whatever is causing your hotspot to slow down. You can speed up your iPhone hotspot in 13 surefire ways with this Techpad guide.

1. Shorten the distance between devices.

You may experience a poor Wi-Fi connection if your iPhone and the device connecting to it are not within close range. Compared to a standard Wi-Fi router, the device that uses your iPhone as a hotspot will need to be closer to it.
Maintain a distance of no more than 15 feet (4.6 meters) between the devices if you are using an iPhone 12 or later with Maximum Compatibility mode disabled.
For the best possible speeds, keep all other iPhones, as well as iPhones 12 and later with Maximum Compatibility mode enabled, within 30 feet (9.1 meters) of one another.
Additionally, you'll want to get rid of any physical barriers between the two devices, such as bulky furniture, and get rid of any 2.4GHz cordless phones or Bluetooth accessories that might cause interference.

2. Turn off Maximum Compatibility on iPhone 12 and later.

The iPhone's ability to function as a 2.4GHz or 5GHz hotspot is determined by the Maximum Compatibility hotspot setting. Your iPhone will be a 2.4GHz Wi-Fi access point with slower speeds than 5GHz if Maximum Compatibility is enabled. Disabling Maximum Compatibility forces your iPhone to operate as a 5GHz access point, which can offer devices faster speeds.
Open the settings on your iPhone.
Select "Personal Hotspot."
Tap the Maximum Compatibility slider to turn it off if it is green and on. If devices are within close range, this ought to immediately increase their speed.
Although 5GHz is faster than 2.4GHz, a 5GHz access point has a shorter Wi-Fi range than a 2.4GHz access point. If you're having trouble connecting to Wi-Fi, try using Bluetooth or USB.

3. Use Wi-Fi or USB instead of Bluetooth.

Bluetooth speeds are limited to 1 Mbps for Bluetooth 4 and 2 Mbps for Bluetooth 5, which are slower than Wi-Fi speeds. Instead of connecting via Bluetooth, the device that is using your iPhone as a hotspot should try connecting via Wi-Fi.
If the slow device is a Mac, you can use a USB cable to connect it to the hotspot. Simply connect it using a Lightning cable and tap Trust.

4. Improve your hotspot's cellular reception.

It will be difficult for other devices to use the iPhone as a hotspot if its reception is poor. Problems with the cellular network can lead to a sluggish hotspot because your iPhone is sharing its cellular connection rather than its own Wi-Fi connection.
The best time to use your iPhone as a hotspot is when you have all of your "bars" visible in the top left corner of the home screen.
Try moving away from physical and electronic interference, moving outside or near a window, or increasing your elevation if you have fewer than three bars.

5. Use your carrier's 5G network if available.

If your iPhone and cellular provider both support 5G, use the 5G network for the fastest data speeds. If your iPhone's status bar displays 5G, you are already connected. You can try switching to 5G if it's available if you see LTE. How to do it:
Open the settings on your iPhone.
Select Cellular.
Select Options for Cellular Data.
If your iPhone is compatible with 5G, you can select Voice & Data and 5G On. Although this uses less battery power, it can be useful if you're using your iPhone as a hotspot. If you select "5G Auto," Apple claims that your iPhone will switch to LTE whenever the 5G network does not provide a "noticeably better experience."

6. Turn off Low Data Mode.

Your iPhone will be a much less useful hotspot if you limit the amount of data it can use over the cellular network. The network speeds of any devices using your iPhone as a hotspot will improve if you maximize the amount of cellular data it has. How do you check?
Open the settings on your iPhone.
Select Cellular.
Select Options for Cellular Data.
On this screen, you'll see a switch that says "Low Data Mode" if your iPhone doesn't have 5G. Tap the switch to disable Low Data Mode if it is green.
Tap Data Mode right now if your iPhone has 5G. Select Allow More Data on 5G for the fastest 5G data speeds, or Standard if you're worried about overage charges. If you want fast hotspot speeds, make sure that Low Data Mode is not selected here.

7. Close excess open apps on your iPhone.

Your iPhone may become sluggish if you have too many apps running. The device that is using your iPhone as a hotspot will have to compete for data if apps are actively using your cellular connection. In a similar vein, if you're using your iPhone to play a game or watch a video, you might be straining the processor.
When your iPhone is acting as a hotspot, closing apps can free up bandwidth that is essential.
On an iPhone that does not have a physical Home button, you can pause in the middle of the screen and swipe up from the bottom of the Home screen to close open apps. After that, to close any apps you aren't using, swipe them all upward.
If your iPhone has a Home button, press it twice quickly to show all open apps and then swipe each app up to close it.

8. Prevent apps from refreshing in the background.

It's possible that the iPhone apps you let update or refresh in the background are using up your data. Fortunately, disabling background app refreshing for individual apps and temporarily disabling background refreshing for all apps while your iPhone is acting as a hotspot are both simple processes:
Open the settings on your iPhone.
Click General.
Select Refresh Background App.
Tap Background App Refresh at the top and select Off to disable all background refreshing. The apps on your iPhone won't check for new content (like email retrieval) if you disable this feature.
Alternately, you can disable Background App Refresh for individual apps by using the switches next to their names in the list to manually adjust each app.


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