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Monday, 12 February 2018

How to change the DNS of your iPhone and iPad

IOS devices, both iPhone and iPad and iPod touch, depend a lot on the Internet because the vast majority of its features and features require Wi-Fi connectivity .

Apple's iPhone and iPad are able to send and receive data to help Wi-Fi connectivity . To connect a device to a wireless router for the first time, open Settings and access the Wi-Fi panel.

But ... how are DNS changed to improve the connection? In this simple tutorial we will explain step by step how to do it.

How to change the DNS servers on your iPhone and iPad

Once you have activated and configured your network's Wi-Fi connectivity on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, your device will automatically connect to your networks . As long as you have activated the Wi-Fi connection.

Most of these Wi-Fi connections automatically assign a DNS (Domain Name System) according to the configuration of your router. Be that as it may, there are some situations in which you will have to manually edit these servers to implement parental control or improve the connection.

Tutorial to change the DNS in iOS:

1. Access the iOS Settings application.

2. Enter the Wi-Fi menu and activate the connection.

3. Click on the circular "i" button on your Wi-Fi network.

4. Go to Configure DNS> Manual> Add server.

5. Enter the new DNS and press "Save".

Google DNS:,
    Open DNS:, 

Before finalizing, it is important to point out that once you have made the changes to your iPhone and iPad DNS servers, you will have to restart your device to have an effect.

Via | iPhone Tricks Enter the new DNS and press "Save". 

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