The abbreviation SSID stands for Service Set Identifier. This is the unique name that identifies a wireless network. It is in the packet header when a data packet is transmitted. The devices on the Wi-Fi network use this identifier for communications via the network.
SSID is simply the technical term for a Wi-Fi network name. When you set up a wireless home network, you give it a name to distinguish it from other networks in your neighbourhood. You'll see this name when you connect your devices to your wireless network.
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An SSID is the name of a WiFi network. So if you are looking for the SSID for the WiFi network you are connected to on your iPhone, you will go to Settings > WiFi and there you will see the name (or SSID) of the network. An SSID is the name of a WiFi network.