GoSmart apn settings iPhone 6 – Easy setup guide
GoSmart Settings iPhone 6 – Detailed configuration guide. The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 S are definitely one of the most desired smartphones nowadays, even though Samsung and the rest of the brands are chasing hardly, the iPhones are still the most popular ones in the US. If you happen to own one of these great devices, in this post we will show you how to hook up your iphone 6 and iphone 6 S to the Internet and also sent Picture Messages (also referred to as MMS – Multimedia Messages) over the GoSmart Mobile network.
As you may already know these devices come with iOS version 8 and they are LTE-capable, which means that you can connect to high speed 4 G networks using your So Smart sim card – please note that GoSmart shares the same network infrastructure with T-Mobile.
Ok, we will now teach you how to configure the GoSmart APN settings iPhone 6 and 6 S – rest assured that this will take only a few steps and you’ll be all set… here we Go!
GoSmart apn settings for iPhone 6 Plus:
These area the settings that you will need to enter into your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S to have the GoSmart APN Setting working, and make sure you do enter them exactly as they appear here, every dot and dash counts here
Name: GoSmart or you can also just use T-Mobile
Proxy: Not Required
Port: Not Required
Username: Not Required
Password: Not Required
Server: Not Required
: leave it blank
leave it blank
: use the default value shown here.
GoSmart apn settings – Step and step settings your iPhone 6
GoSmart apn settings iPhone 6
Now that you have the proper Go Smart APN Settings values, you should enter them into your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 S, for this, please go to General Please select Network and then go to Cellular Data Network. From there, delete the current APN you have and create a new one. Type in the information we have provided above in the GoSmart Apn Settings on your iPhone and you’ll ready to go J Be advised that the iPhone 6 Plus or iPhone 6 S Plus shares the same steps and apn settings values, there is no difference at all (The difference is on the hardware side, which doesn’t matter in this case)