Running your iPad with a wireless connection can work well for most. But if you are running a continuous application like Robin, in a space where frequent wifi drop offs are common you may want to consider hardwiring your iPads to run off an ethernet connection.
What do I need to connect my iPad to a wired ethernet?
The iPad doesn't offer an ethernet port so you will need a few adapters. We’ve tested and confirmed the following set up, but other adapter configurations may work, too.
Once you have the correct adapters setting up ethernet is simple.
- First disable both wifi and bluetooth on your iPad.
- Plug the lightning end of the lightning to USB camera adapter into the iPad.
- Connect the iPad power supply and usb ethernet adapter into the lightning to usb camera adapter.
- Lastly plug one end of the ethernet cable into the usb ethernet adapter, and the other end into your router or ethernet wall outlet.
After a few moments you can confirm your iPad is connected to the internet via wired ethernet connection when the "Ethernet" tab appears in the settings.
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