Apparently Apple is currently in the process of investigating WiFi connectivity issues, according to an internal AppleCare document which has been leaked and published on the 9to5 Mac website.
Since the launch of the Apple’s new iPad 3 tablet there have been a number of users reporting issues and experiencing problems with WiFi connectivity with their new WiFi only iPad versions. With issues ranging from slow download and upload speeds, connections dropping out, or the iPad unable to see or connect to local WiFi networks.
A thread on the Apple forums discussing the issues has already notched up over 700 replies. The leaked Apple internal document looks like Apple are taking the issue seriously, and asking employees to “capture” iPads that are brought in showing the WiFi issues.
Currently the issues only seem to affect the WiFi versions of the new iPad 3 and not the 4G LTE models. As Apple “captures” more devices and sends them back to their engineers, we will keep you updated on any news Apple releases.
Source: 9to5 Mac
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