Hello, I have a MacBook Pro Retina (running Mavericks) and an iPhone 5 (running iOS 7). When I'm at work there are multiple wi-fi connections available. I need my Mac to connect to a different wi-fi connection than my phone. This is for reasons I assure you make sense, and I can get into that if needed. It seems that there is some kind of "behind the scenes" syncing of wi-fi access point information between my mac and iPhone. This would be totally sweet under normal circumstances but is a hindrance for me since I need the devices to connect to different AP's. Let's say my Mac needs to connect to AP A and my phone needs to connect to AP B. My phone often tries to connect to AP A, which it is not allowed. So, I tell my phone to Forget about AP A. Then when I go to my Mac, my mac has also forgotten about AP A and I need to re-enter the WI-FI password on my Mac, which in-turn causes my phone to remember about AP A and it will try to connect to it again later. So. . . anything I can do about this? Ideally I would like to dictate priorities for my phone so it will always try to connect to the correct AP. Alternatively, I would be OK with breaking this synchronization ability between devices but this is less than desirable since sometimes this feature would come in handy.