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    Tethering lets you share the data connection from your iPhone or cellular iPad with your Mac, PC, Wi-Fi tablet, and other devices. There are three ways to tether to your iPhone or iPad and they are USB (via Lightning or Dock cable), Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi (personal hotspot). But which one gives you the fastest speed? Which one gives you the most reliable connection? Which one saves you the most battery life? Which is the best way to tether to your iPhone and iPad?

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    05-12-2014 10:30 AM
  2. acerace113's Avatar
    If I remember correctly you can use both USB and wifi tethering at the same time. Also in my tests wifi was the fastest with USB being the slowest. With wifi I got 6 Mbps down 1.79 Mbps up (5th gen iPod touch), Bluetooth I got 3.7 Mbps down and 1.79 Mbps up (5th gen iPod touch) and USB I got 1 Mbps down and 1 Mbps up (windows 7 desktop with USB 2.0). I should also note those results were based on my 4S, I haven't tried on my 5S yet.

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    05-12-2014 11:04 AM
  3. rayz336's Avatar
    I thought you could use USB and Wifi tethering at the same time as well. I've also found wifi tethering to be the fastest as well.
    05-12-2014 11:07 AM

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