Apple's iPhone lets users browse the web, check email and even view document on-the-go, although you'll need a net connection to do this. While data packages can be expensive, using a Wi-Fi connection, either you home network, the one in the office, or a free connection in a coffee shop, is a much more wallet-friendly option for using your handset's 'smart' features. Here's how to connect to a Wi-Fi network from your Apple iPhone.
From the home screen, press Settings and then select Wi-Fi.
If the Wi-Fi is turned off, then you'll need to switch it to on. Then, you'll see a list of Wi-Fi networks within range of the handset displayed.
Select the network you want to connect to. You'll be asked to enter the password for the network, then press Join.
Alternatively, you can manually enter the name and password of a network you want to connect to. From the list of networks, select Other. Then enter the name and password (if necessary). Press Join
You're now connected to a Wi-Fi network so can go ahead and browser the web, check emails etc.