“If your Mac has a wired connection to the Internet, and there is no Wi-Fi network available, you can use your Mac as a Wi-Fi network to connect other devices like iPhones, iPads, laptops and game devices,” MacMost writes.
“By using Internet Sharing in System Preferences, you can create a network and set a name and password to allow access,” MacMost writes. “This comes in handy in situations where you need to connect Wi-Fi-only devices, but no Wi-Fi is available.”
Original article here.
MacDailyNews Take: If you do this, we also recommend you set up a WPA2 personal password (must contains at least 8 characters) for security.