Friday, April 6, 2012
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad" @ 03:34 PM
""If you're having trouble connecting your new iPad to your local WiFi connection, you're not alone. 9to5 Mac got its hands on an internal AppleCare document that suggests Apple is looking into connectivity problems with the WiFi version of the new iPad."
Some of the problems reported are connectivity problems, slow WiFi speeds and the inability to see WiFi networks. They don't have a fix as of yet, but if you are experience these problems, head to your nearest Apple store or contact them online for a replacement since, as part of their investigative process, Apple is instructing their employees to "capture" any iPads returned for the WiFi problems and replace them with a new iPad. Apparently it's not just WiFi problems either, as some owners are also experiencing 3G problems as this article from Apple Insider notes. If you are curious about the capture process, this article from ZDNet outlines why they do it.