There are Three Methods to Share internet from iPhone to other devices as per my knowledge.
Method 1 : Via Hotspot
On your iPhone tap the Settings app. This may be located in a folder labeled "Utilities."
Tap the Cellular option.
Toggle Cellular Data ON if it isn't. This will need to be enabled in order to turn on the wireless hotspot.
Tap Set Up Personal ...
It can be found under Settings → Personal Hotspot. Password is also set there. Settings → Cellular, Personal Hotspot is also the same setting. When you turn it on, it asks if you want to turn on Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, or, USB only.
If USB is connected, one can turn on Personal Hotspot from Control Centre, it will automatically use USB to share internet. In ...
In the past when the trust store became corrupt, I would see this. Have you followed the reset location process listed by Apple?
Once you do that, I would connect the phone without tethering enabled to just get a plain connect and make sure the computer and device are copacetic with reconnects that don’t prompt.
It's actual a very simple setup that is needed that doesn't involve "tethering" at all.
Basically what you need to do is to set up the Raspberry Pi for USB "gadget" - meaning that it makes an ethernet device available over USB. For the most easy setup, setup a DHCP server on the Raspberry Pi to automatically give out IPs.
On the iOS device - all you need ...
Bug in iOS: DHCP on iPhone stops working at some point.
I am always able to connect to iPhone's hotspot, but none of the clients receive an IP address.
If I configure static IP configuration on any of the clients, it is able to access the Internet. That means the DHCP server on my iPhone 7 Plus isn't running. The rest of the functionality: Wi-Fi hotspot and ...
Disconnect from iPhone does exactly what it states: your Mac Wifi card becomes available and can connect to a known wifi if there is one or just stay disconnected but not turned off.
Choosing a different Wifi in the list has the same effect has disconnecting from your hotspot and connecting your Mac to the other Wifi.
Turning off the wifi is not the same ...
What exactly does this do?
This will disconnect your MacBook's Wi-Fi from your iPhone's access point. Doing this will not turn off the Wi-Fi on your MacBook.
Can't I just turn off WiFi on my laptop, or select a different WiFi to disconnect? What problem does this new feature solve?
If you turn off the Wi-Fi on your MacBook, you will certainly ...
It lets your leave WiFi on without being connected to an AP (assuming it doesn't reconnect to a known network) allowing support for the likes of AirDrop, AirPrint, etc. Seems to be making shortcut to keep you out of System Preferences.