A question for those in the Orlando area...

Discussion in 'iPad' started by mickeysworld, Jun 9, 2011.

  1. mickeysworld macrumors member

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    (specifically DisneyWorld) sooo, just got back from an overnighter with the kids and while at the hotel, (All Star Movies), I tried streaming a show over 3G on my Verizon ipad2. It was unwatchable. Also tried with my AT&T iphone4, which had a much better viewing quaility, albeit on that tiny little screen!

    My question is, can someone familiar with this area of Orlando confirm my suspicions that Verizon's data speeds were the cause of Netflix being so terrible? I'm typically on wifi in the Tampa/St. Pete area and so this was my first opportunity to try out 3G on the iPad, kinda disappointing.

    Thanks in advance for any help or insights you might have.
     
  2. miamialley macrumors 68030

    miamialley

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    I've had no problems around Disney and I-Drive. Though I will say it seems if you're on even a good 3G signal the quality of the Netflix stream is fairly poor. I haven't seen great quality video using 3G. Does it exist? (Verizon iPad 2)
     
  3. mickeysworld thread starter macrumors member

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    Guess my expectations were too high?! although I probably shouldn't be streaming over 3G anyways...
     
  4. Bluethree macrumors regular

    Bluethree

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    Blame the mouse ! :cool:
     

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