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iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad

Simply download this configuration file on to your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, so that you can connect to the Queen's wireless network.  Please read the disclaimer before you begin.  Alternatively you can follow the step-by-step instructions in the 'Get Connected to the Queen's Wireless Network' document below. 

   Get Connected to the Queen's Wireless Network (pdf file - 7 pages)

Going to visit another educational institution?  Did you know it is possible for Queen's staff and students to get wireless access on their iPhone, IPad and iPad Mini (via eduroam) when visiting any eduroam enabled institution?  Find out how to access eduroam on your iPhone, IPad and iPad Mini.

Important Note: The following instructions on how to set-up Queen's email on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad are still being finalised.  If you have worked through both options in the instructions, but are still not able to connect to your Queen's email account, contact the Computer Helpdesk for advice. 

To connect your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to Queen's email, follow the step-by-step instructions in the 'Get Set-Up with Queen's Email' document below.

  


Get Set-Up with Queen's Email (pdf file - 3 pages)

Note: You will require Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer to download pdf files.  This software can be downloaded from the Adobe website.

Did you know...

  • After setting up wireless on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, whenever you are in a wireless network area on campus, your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad will automatically connect to the Queen's Wireless Network?  If you have connected your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to another wireless network, and it is also in range, your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad will connect to the last network you used
  • Any Networks which require a password should appear with a lock icon on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad?
  • The more bars you see on your status bar at the top of your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad screen, the stronger the wireless signal?
  • The iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad automatically have Push technology turned on, which means that you could receive large roaming charges if left on when outside the UK (even if you have a data bundle)?  Also, Push Email for example can consume the battery life faster!  To help prevent this, it is recommended you turn off Push Email and set Fetch to Manually.  Information Services has produced step-by-step instructions on how to do this (pdf file - 2 pages).  More information on Push and Fetch is available on the Apple website.

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