So my parents bought the iPad Air and they're both loving it. The only drawback is that when they FaceTime me Internationally, any Face Time calls made after the first call will not connect. We can hear each others' devices ring (I have a 4S), but will drop as soon as one of us picks up the call. The only way for our calls to connect is if my parents reboots their iPad Air after each FaceTime call. Has this been happening to anyone? Is there any harm in rebooting every time? Normal or un-normal? Usually, my parents will close the Smart Case (also by Apple) to allow their iPA to go into sleep mode, hence it's having to be shut down every time, prior to each Face Time call. The network people where they got their sim recommends that a "reboot" is the only way to troubleshoot this issue, because Data where they are visiting is not very good. The calls are being made internationally from different parts of Asia. Thanks for any feedback you guys can share on this.