Apple’s Magical Device (iPad) With No Magic And No Connectivity

by Ferman Aziz

Apple launched iPad Wi-Fi successfuly but soon after one month of launch it’s magical device ended up with no magic and no connectivity. Apple admitted and confirmed that they are going to fix Wi-Fi connectivity issues with a future iPad software update.

One of the Apple support article tells us about the symptoms:

When using a Wi-Fi network with your iPad, you may occasionally encounter the following issues:

* Unable to locate a nearby Wi-Fi network
* Weak or low Wi-Fi signal strength
* Unable to access the Internet

Other then symptoms they also tell us what to do if you are experiencing connectivity issue.

Basic Troubleshooting

* Check that you are in range of your Wi-Fi router or base station.
* Confirm that your Wi-Fi router and/or Cable/DSL modem is connected to power and turned on.
* Check whether other devices (e.g. laptops) are able to connect to the Wi-Fi network and access the Internet.
* Update your Wi-Fi router to the latest firmware.
o For AirPort Base Stations, refer to this article for information about firmware updates. For third-party Wi-Fi routers, check the manufacturer’s website for details on updating your firmware.

As these solutions are not helping much so we are left with nothing, except to wait for Apple’s patch for iPad or pre-order which you can only do through the online stores.

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  • Riz

    iPad su***
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  • Javawerks

    Wireless is problem with all Apple computers. I have 3 Mac Book Pro laptops. And I lost wireless connectivity a couple times an hour, using the top third-party wireless modem on the market.

    Then I bought an Apple Airport Extreme. And that solved the problem. I never experienced wireless signal loss again.

    If you go Apple you have to go all the way. Sadly that won’t help you when you need to use your Apple computer outside of your home:)

  • Mike

    Depending on which issue you’re having, check the brightness level on the iPad. I noticed if the brightness is turned all the way down it wouldn’t connect automatically to a network. Turning it up just a little makes it auto-connect every time. I know that’s not the exact description here but it may help with communication.

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