Apple officially will not allow the tethering of an iPhone to a Notebook or PC and so that the notebook can utilize the 3G connection for connecting to the net. Luckily, you can get around this restriction by "jail breaking" your own phone and installing the PdaNet app. Here is the incremental process for tethering an i-phone to a laptop.
Measure 1: Have a Jailbroken iPhone with i-OS 3.1 or after. Mine Cydia iOS 11.3 appears to be 3.1.3
Measure two: Utilize the Cydia program in your own phone ot download an app named "PdaNet". Just do an internet search for it.
Step 3: You are able to tether between your phone and notebook with wifi or throughout the USB cable. I find the USB choice to be a bit faster personally and is less vulnerable to difficulties. You need applications to operate on your own Mac or PC however.
Measure 4: Connect the i-phone to a PC or MAC with the iPhone USB cable.
Measure 5: Establish the PdaNet app on your iPhone. Go in to the "Preferences" section and also check the "USB Mode" setting.
It is going to take a couple of seconds however your i-phone screen should finally display "Connected" and get started ripping the KB in and outside.
You will now get in touch and may use your laptop to surf the web, check email and also VPN.
Keep in mind that PdaNet is free for fourteen days. After that point the free edition will "start obstructing stable sites ( sites that need login)". You are able to upgrade to the paid version with a $29 PayPal payment.
That is all there is to it. Now you can use your tethered iPhone to laptop Internet connection anywhere you have Edge or even 3G coverage.