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How to use Infatica Residential Proxies on iPhone


Once you have created a proxy list in Infatica, you can use proxies on your iOS device

Open your iPhone Settings.​

  • Go to your device settings

device settings

Wi-Fi Settings​

  • Select Wi-Fi.

Select Wi-Fi

Select current Wi-Fi​

  • Select the Wi-Fi network you’re connected to. It will have a blue checkmark on the left.

Select the Wi-Fi network


Please note that you need to add a Wi-Fi proxy configuration for each Wi-Fi network – even if you’re switching between different frequencies (e.g. 2.4 GHz β†’ 5 GHz) within your own network.

Configure Proxy​

  • At the bottom of the page, under HTTP Proxy, select Configure Proxy.

Select Configure Proxy

Manual Configuration​

  • Then select Manual Configuration.

Manual Configuration

Proxy settings​

  • Enter your proxy server’s settings.

Proxy settings


In the Server field, copy and paste the IP address from the proxy list; in the Port field, paste the port copied from the proxy list.

Username and Password fields​

  • Copy the login and password values from the proxy list – and paste them into the Username and Password fields.

login and password values


That’s it! You’ve successfully set up a proxy server on your iOS device!


Note that iOS won’t let you set up a SOCKS5 proxy server through the settings. This works only for HTTP(S) proxies.

Then we can open and check if everything is working correctly.

Disable proxy​

  • To disable proxy, go back to the proxy configuration. Then simply select Off. A blue check mark should appear on the right.

Disable proxy