Bought my Surface into work today to show off to my colleagues they were loving it! Until I went to go online and show them more... this was the first time I was going to try tethering with my iPhone. Done it lots of times with my girlfriend's iPad so knew it was simple as hell. Or was it... my personal hotspot showed up fine on Surface, but it just says the connection failed. This is on both WiFi and USB. Bluetooth doesn't work either as my iPhone says the Surface is an unsupported device. Now I've been Googling all morning because I desperately want this to work, it's pretty much a game changer for me if I can't get this working I've read about people having problems with funny characters in their phone's name... not the case for me, it's just two simple words, without a space. So that rules this out... http://www.surfaceforums.net/forum/...al-hotspot-iphone-not-getting-connection.html I don't think it's a Surface network card problem because it connects to my home WiFi every time, without issue. Whilst searching on here I found this as well, but this isn't a problem as device manager says every driver is up to date... http://www.surfaceforums.net/forum/...977-wifi-tether-galaxy-nexus-surface-pro.html All 'help' on Microsoft's own site is absolutely useless. The only saving grace is I've heard you need iTunes installed to use the USB connection... I've not done this yet, but I will do when I get home. Even though, I can still access all my iPhone's images via USB without iTunes installed. Even then it's not ideal because I'd prefer a WiFi connection. Please, please help if you can! I really don't want to give up using my Surface it does upset me how Apple stuff just works and Microsoft just can't get it right. I was defending the choice to not include 3/4G straight from the off, but right now I'm seriously regretting that decision!