How to share Wi-Fi from Mac to iPhone or another Mac
Added 11-29-22 07:15:02am EST - “If you are running out of data on your iPhone, or the local Wi-Fi network just isn't giving you the connection you need, you might find turning your Mac into a Wi-Fi Hotspot so you can share your internet connection to your iPhone…” - Macworld.com
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There are times when your Wi-Fi network just can’t provide the connection to the internet you need. Perhaps you are at work and the office Wi-Fi just can’t cope with all the iPads and iPhones accessing it so it slows your browsing to a crawl (or your boss decides to change the password for the same reason).
Maybe you are in a hotel and can’t connect all your devices to the room’s Wi-Fi at once. Or possibly you want to allow someone onto your Wi-Fi but you don’t want to give away the password.
Or perhaps it’s the end of the month and you are running out of data. You don’t have to stop surfing! It’s easy to create a hotspot from your Mac and share your connection with other devices via Wi-Fi, and here’s where we show you how.
Before we do, the update to macOS Ventura has brought with it some changes to how this works, so we will show both methods below. Skip to the next section if you aren’t running Ventura.
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