When attached to a computer, the iPhone will ask whether you want a USB only connection or WiFi/Bluetooth as well. When not attached to a computer, turning on Personal Hotspot will turn on WiFi (if not turned on already), Bluetooth (if not on already) and make it connectable.
So far, so good. What I don't get is the behavior when turning personal hotspot OFF. When you turn it off, it doesn't reverse its actions. After turning personal hotspot off, I often find myself having to go into settings to turn off WiFi and then Bluetooth, all manually. Seems cumbersome and inelegant (and therefore not Apple-like), but I couldn't help but wonder if this behavior is by design?
When I turn off personal hotspot, I'd expect it to turn off all the things that it turned on when I activated the feature. It, however, does not. Why?