How to Automatically Turn Off iPhone or iPad Wi-Fi When You Leave Home

Turning off Wi-fi before leaving your home or office can save your device from unprotected and free networks. If you fail to turn off the Wi-fi network on your device, you can use the iOS 13 Automation feature in the Shortcuts app. Using this method, you can auto turn off Wi-fi on your iPhone when you leave your home or office.

When you leave your home or office, you may forget to turn off Wi-Fi on your iPhone. Although this habit may not incur any significant loss, your device can be connected to an insecure Wi-fi network on your way to the office or home. To avoid this situation, you should turn off Wi-fi on your iPhone. With your absent-mindedness, it is difficult to follow this practice every day. However, there is a better way. You can now auto turn off your iPhone or iPad Wi-fi when you leave office or home.

Apple introduced some sweeping changes and updates in its iOS 12. And one of the significant was Shortcuts. By using the best Siri Shortcuts, you can perform many tasks smoothly, using voice commands and single taps. To turn off Wi-fi automatically on your iPhone, you can create a Shortcut. And when you leave that particular location, Wi-fi on your iPhone will be turned off automatically. Let’s check out how we can do it.

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How to Auto Turn Off Wi-Fi in iOS 13 or iPadOS When You Leave Home or Office

Note that the feature is available in iOS 13; hence, to use this feature, you need to update your iPhone to the latest operating system. Next, follow the steps mentioned below.

Step #1. Launch Shortcuts app on your iPhone.

Launch Shortcuts App on iPhone Running iOS 13

Step #2: The latest Shortcuts app shows you three buttons at the bottom, Tap on Automation.

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Tap on Automation in iOS 13 Shortcuts App

Step #3. Now tap on the Create Personal Automation tab.

Tap on Create Personal Automation in iOS 13 Shortcuts App

Step #4. As of now, Automation is divided into three categories: Events, Travel, and Settings. Under Travel, you will find Leave; tap on it.

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Select Leave Under Travel in iOS 13 Automation Shortcut

Step #5. Then tap on Choose → tap Current Location.

Your iPhone will automatically select your current location; a blue tick will appear next to the Current Location. Tap on the Done button from the top right corner.

Tap on Choose and Select Current Location in iOS 13 Automation Shortcut

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Step #6. When your location is set up, tap on Next → tap on Add Action (+) button.

Tap on Next and Select Add Action in iOS 13 Automation Shortcut

Step #7. On the Actions screen, you will find some preset options. Type Wifi in the search bar, type Wifi; you can see Set Wi-Fi action in the list; tap on it.

Search WiFi and choose Set Wi-Fi in iOS 13 Automation Shortcut

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Step #8. On your phone screen, you can now see Turn Wi-Fi On; tap the On to turn it Off.

Tap on Off to Auto Turn Off WiFi in iPhone When You Leave Home or Office

Step #9. Finally, tap on Next and then Done from the top right corner.

Tap on Next and Done to Create Wi-Fi Automation Shortcuts in iOS 13

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You have successfully set this Automation, which will turn off Wi-fi on your iPhone when you leave your office or home.

That’s all, friends!

What is your take?

Isn’t it a cool thing to auto turn off Wi-Fi on your iPhone? Automation is one of the easiest things to do on your iPhone running iOS 13. You can set many conditions and results on your iPhones. Explore this new feature on your device and make the most of it.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.
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