Why doesn't Apple make some type of wifi hierarchy so that you can have your iPad connect to the wifi of your choice when more than one is available? Here is my situation: I have a wifi iPad Mini. When I am on the road I need to have internet access so I connect it to my iPhone's hotspot, nice and simple. I don't use much bandwidth on the road so it's not a big deal. However, when I get home I use a LOT more bandwidth, so I would rather the iPad connects to my super fast unlimited FIOS wifi. But, unfortunately, I have to manually disable the wifi hotspot on my iPhone or else the iPad will continue to connect to it the entire time. It seems like it would be very simple for Apple to make a way to number saved wifis so that you can pick which one to connect to if multiple wifis are available. Doesn't that make sense?