An Axios investigation has found that Apple is one of the only smartphone makers who doesn’t require users to use the app to connect to their device.
Axios’s analysis shows that Apple allows a user to connect their smartphone to the network with a Wi the network is set up to be active.
The Wi is enabled by default and can be configured to operate in either a “standby” or “active” mode, allowing users to set it to stay connected to the device while it’s offline.
Apple’s new “Wi” mode works with the new iPhone XS and XS Max, which launch in September, and the company’s iPhones 8 and 9, both of which launch later this year.
However, if you’re using the iPhone 8, you can’t use it as a hotspot unless you activate it with the Wi app.
Apple has been pushing the Wi feature for years, but it’s only been available in the iPhone Xs and Xs Max.
The feature is also available in newer versions of the iPhone, including the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus.
But it’s a rare feature for an iPhone.
Apple has not officially acknowledged the fact that it does not require a user’s smartphone to be connected to a Wi network.
The company has said that it doesn’t know why its feature is not enabled.
Apple is one outlier among smartphone makers.
Android has an “active mode” option that enables Wi hotspot operation, and Google also allows users to activate Wi.
The Google Nexus 7, for example, can be activated to Wi by turning on the “active Wi” option.