I'm having the following issue. I work in an area that recently got AT&T LTE coverage, so my ipad spends the entire workday on Wifi and LTE. I live about 20 minutes away, but in an area without LTE. When I go back home, my iPad will not automatically switch back to 4G. Rather, it will show full bars and shows AT&T, but nothing is listed to the right of where it says AT&T (neither 4G or LTE appear). When I use an app that requires data, such as Safari, I get a message stating that no cellular coverage is found, or something to that extent. If I go into Settings and turn off LTE, the ipad will then seek out the 4G coverage and finds it just fine. AND, if I then turn on LTE coverage, it STILL will find 4G coverage just fine. So, it seems to only not find 4G when it has been on LTE all day. Because of the logistics of this issue, having to physically drive across the LTE border, it's been hard to test, and I've searched here and on Google with no luck. Anyone else seeing this issue? Any ideas? It's a pain to keep changing the settings to get a connection. I could leave LTE off permanently and I would be fine, but I love the LTE speed.