Shortly after the recent Lenovo press conference, I was supposed to e-mail high resolution images of the new products to my teammates. Since I didn t carry the datacard, I thought of using iPhone 6s personal Wi-Fi hotspot for accessing the Internet. I went into Settings, and much to my surprise I couldn t find the personal hotspot there. After scratching my head for minutes, I figured out the feature is buried somewhere in the mobile data section. Also Read - iPhone SE 3 likely to bring some interesting specs at a budget, release timeline outAlso Read - Apple AR/VR headset mass production may be delayed until end of 2022 : Report
On the lines of I am going to Science the sh*t out of this , I Googled the sh*t out of this, and figured out it s a very common issue with iOS, and a lot of users face this after having upgraded to new version of the software, in my case it was iOS 9.0.2. If you are also facing this issue, then here s a very easy trick to fix the missing personal Wi-Fi hotspot on your iPhone: Also Read - Apple Watch Series 7 first look: Classy with lots of health features
Step 1: Launch the Settings. Tap on the Mobile Data.
Step 2: Tap the Mobile Data Network
Step 3: Scroll down little, you will spot the Personal Hotspot. Type anything in the Username
Step 4: Navigate back, Hola! Personal Hotspot appears. It will also show up in the main Settings.
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