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APPLE ADDS WIRED ETHERNET TO IOS 10.2 (officially)

http://www.iphonehacks.com/2017/03/apple-silently-added-ethernet-connectivity-settings-ui-ios-10-2.html
or
https://9to5mac.com/2017/03/01/ios-10-2-ethernet-adapter-ui-settings-app/

Here is how to set up radiation-free internet"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBKs2tPggVI

Here is another video showing some software tips
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PmBJBYFpsSA

Last edited on Sun May 28th, 2017 05:17 by Prof Trevor Marshall

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Adapters for wired ethernet to iOS devices...

New Apple adapter:  

Apple MK0W2AM/A Lightning To USB Camera Adapter

Link: http://a.co/aBa0jo5


You will also need this Apple Ethernet-to-USB adaptor:

Apple USB Ethernet Adapter (MC704LL/A)

Link: https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00W7W9FK0


Alternative: Rebotnix
. Nice concept. More money. Longer wait...
   https://rebotnix.com/product/rb-connect/

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I have now tested the new adapters on my iPad mini and it works very nice.

Using a charger into the adapter's lightning port allows you to have wired Ethernet while at the same time keeping your iOS device charged.

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With that new adapter you can charge your iPad / iPhone while the ethernet is connected. Just throw it into a corner in Aircraft mode and wait for emails to come in without worrying about the battery, or about radiation :)

Assuming you have a decent VOIP phone app like Google Voice or Hangouts, your phone calls and SMS can also come in the same way... without any radiation...

Here is a video explaining how to connect the adapters:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBKs2tPggVI

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That white-colored RB-Connect adapter comes very close to the ideal connection. A Power-over-Ethernet feature to charge the iPad would be great. Great developments. :)

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Joyful wrote: Alternative: Rebotnix. Nice concept. More money. Longer wait...
   https://rebotnix.com/product/rb-connect/

Ron, did you see if the Rebotnix product would allow PoE (power-over-ethernet) for concurrent charging and internet access?

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No PoE. :(

They provide two models of the adapter. The most expensive one has a power lightning connector so you can connect it to the "standard lightning power adapter". That is how it charges the iDevice while it is connected.

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The new Apple adapter works with this inexpensive Cable Matters adapter!

$9.99 US
Cable Matters 202023 USB 2.0 to 10/100 Fast Ethernet Network Adapter (Black)

Link:
http://a.co/bGWgBPr


$38.00 US
Apple MK0W2AM/A Lightning To USB Camera Adapter  

Link: http://a.co/dpUBPeM

The important point is that you DON'T have to have a lightning power adapter plugged in for the Ethernet to work. This means you can use a light weight 20' Ethernet cable and have a lot of freedom of movement with this setup.


$10.47 US
Monoprice SlimRun Cat6 UTP Ethernet Patch Cable, 20ft

Link: http://a.co/7A0PW3f

I think this is better than using the Apple USB-to-Ethernet you WILL have to keep a lightning charging cable plugged in. And the Cable Matters adapter is $19 lower in price.

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The Cable Matters adapter even comes in white:

http://www.cablematters.com/pc-489-101-usb-20-to-rj45-10100-ethernet-adapter.aspx

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Yes, but I only tested the black one. :D;):D

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Just to clarify--does this mean that I still need the lightning to USB plug in addition to the ethernet to USB adaptor?

So it goes like this:

1. I plug the ethernet cable into a router/modem/internet source either at home or in a hotel.

2. Then, plug the ethernet cable into the ethernet-to-USB adaptor shown in your previous post.

3. Then, plug the lightning-to-USB camera adaptor in with the lightning end into my iPad.

Thanks,
Marysue

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Yes, but you have to use the newer USB-to-lightning adapter...

$38.00 US Apple MK0W2AM/A Lightning To USB Camera Adapter  http://a.co/dpUBPeM

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OK--thanks!



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