How to Setup the Correct APN Settings on iPhone 5
How to Setup the Correct APN Settings on iPhone 5. One of the best smartphones that have been released to the market is undoubtedly the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5S, which is still a big seller in the major mobile phone operators. The iPhone 5 was released in September 2012 with an 4 inches screen, up to 64 GB internal memory and 1 GB of RAM.
It’s pretty easy to setup the APN Settings on the iPhone 5, just follow these simple steps:
On the iPhone 5 or iPhone 5S main screen, go to Setup, then General, Network and finally Cellular Data
Once you are inside that menu, there will be a few values that you need to input. From this point, select the corresponding value for the mobile operator you are subscribed to.
At&T APN Settings for iPhone 5
To setup the APN Settings for your iPhone 5 or iPhone 5S in the AT&T network, please use the below settings:
APN Settings iPhone 5 – Menu
Name: ATT HSPA+
Proxy: not set
Port: not set
Username: not set
Password: not set
Server: not set
MMS proxy: proxy.mobile.att.net
MMS port: 80
T-Mobile APN Settings for iPhone 5
If you are a T-Mobile user, then use these ones instead
MMS proxy: <Leave in Blank>
MMS port: <Leave in Blank>
Straight Talk APN Settings for iPhone 5
Finally, for straight talk user, these should be the correct ones.
Name: straight talk
MMS Proxy: Leave blank
MMS Port: Leave blank
If they don’t work properly, we recommend you to take a look at another post we have published which tells you exactly how to setup the APN Settings on the iPhone 5 for Straight Talk, as there are some other considerations you should review
These were the iPhone 5 Apn Settings for the major US carriers, if you are using a different one, please check our main US APN Settings Page.
Once you have configured the above settings on the iPhone 5, you should Save the APN and Restart your phone. At this moment, please open the browser and start checking whether you can navigate the internet on the iPhone 5, also these iPhone 5 APN Settings should allow you to send and receive picture messages, or also called MMS (Multimedia Messages).