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Apple looking into rare Wi-Fi issues on new iPad

Written by Andre Yoskowitz @ 05 Apr 2012 9:29 User comments (4)

Apple looking into rare Wi-Fi issues on new iPad According to an internal Apple document uncovered by 9to5mac, the new iPad is having some Wi-Fi issues.
Users have complained about slow download and upload speeds, dropped connections and a complete inability to find Wi-Fi networks to start.

There is also a thread in the official Apple support forums that has 715 responses about the Wi-Fi issues with the new flagship tablet.

The site does note that the 4G LTE models are likely without issue 'due to the extra network power allowed by the black rubber cut on the top of the unit."

Picture of the document:

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4 user comments

17.4.2012 07:28

Sounds like someone rushed out a product to cash in on a load of hype :O

27.4.2012 11:35

So Apple products are not perfect after all? Must've missed that "part" somewhere. Oh, blame those Foxconn workers they built it wrong, our devices are perfect in EVERY way!!!

Chance prepares the favored mind. Look up once in a while and you might learn something. - BLUEBOY

37.4.2012 12:52

No sense in smacking the piss out of this one. It's not like CrApple (or any other of a myriad of other rabid corporations) hasn't released a product on the heals of greed & rumor, desperate for that almighty dollar. Then stepped on their incredibly small johnson after they realize they cut WAY too many corner on production (in an attempt to screw their loyal customers) & once again it backfires in their face.

Just going to prove, they can't wait to alienate every one of their customers due to fleecing & lies. If nothing else, PC fans can hack their systems into something usable.

47.4.2012 15:55

Oh no! A fraction of a percent of users having some issues. What a disaster!

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