How to Connect Your iPad to Ethernet for Faster Internet Speeds and Lower EMF Exposure

iPad setup 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. 2 days ago

If you’re looking to reduce your exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMF) while also enjoying faster internet speeds, you may want to consider connecting your iPad or iPhone to the internet via a wired Ethernet connection. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to do just that.

To get started, you’ll need an Apple USB 3 camera adapter and an Apple Ethernet 2 USB adapter. You should also have your iPad or iPhone charger and an Ethernet cable running from your router. While third-party versions of these adapters may be available, we’ve found that they don’t always work.

Once you have your adapters and cables ready, plug the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet adapter, then plug the USB part of the adapter into the camera adapter. Finally, plug your charger cable into the other side of the camera adapter. This setup is now ready to be plugged into your iPad or iPhone.

With this configuration, you’ll enjoy faster internet speeds and reduce your exposure to EMF. Using an RF meter, the tutorial demonstrates how turning off Wi-Fi and putting the iPad into airplane mode significantly reduces EMF exposure. Once you plug in the Ethernet configuration, you’ll still have a full internet connection without the high levels of EMF.

However, one potential drawback is that smartphone USB chargers typically emit a strong low-frequency electric field. This field runs through the Ethernet configuration and into the iPad, registering readings as high as 250 volts per meter. While this Ethernet connection does require a power supply, it won’t function without it.

To address this issue, Native EMF has designed a screened and earthed low EMF smartphone charger that can significantly reduce EMF fields. By replacing the traditional smartphone charger with this low EMF one, you’ll be able to use your phone or iPad while it’s being charged without exposing yourself to harmful EMF.

In conclusion, connecting your iPad or iPhone to Ethernet is a great way to enjoy faster internet speeds and reduce your exposure to EMF. While there are some potential drawbacks to consider, such as the need for a power supply and the use of low EMF chargers, it’s well worth the effort to create a safer and healthier environment in our increasingly technological world.


Where is Ethernet setting on iPad?
From the Home Screen, open the iOS Settings application.In Settings, select Ethernet.Select the Adapter to view the settings.To enter a Static IP Address, select Configure IP.Choose the Manual option.Enter the IP address and Subnet mask.More items...•
How do I connect my iPad to my router?
From your Home screen, go to Settings >, Wi-Fi.Turn on Wi-Fi. Your device will automatically search for available Wi-Fi networks.Tap the name of the Wi-Fi network that you want to join.