Hi all, I'm experiencing the connectivity issue with my iPad whereby randomly it will stop transmitting data (ie cant go on the Internet). The Wifi symbol is till shown, but there is no data throughput whatsoever. To fix, I have to turn off the wifi on the iPad and turn it on again. There doesn't seem to be any consistency to when this happens. It isn't related to coming out of sleep or the type of apps I am running. sometimes it will happen in quick succession, other times it won't happen for a few hours or maybe until the next day. There are two iPhones, a Mac mini and and Vista laptop on the same network and none of them experience this problem. The router is a Sky broadband wireless router. It is set to WPA security. I have tried: upgrading to firmware 3.2.2 and doing a restore resetting network settings on iPad restarting router changing channel of router (have tried 4 different channels so far) switching router from mixed (b/g) mode to just g forgetting network and reconnecting on iPad moving closer to router disabling auto-brightness setting brightness to maximum changing DNS on iPad I have also tried most tips on this page with no joy: http://appletoolbox.com/2010/04/special-report-fixing-ipad-wi-fi-issues/ It just seems like nothing is going to work, and I am considering returning this to Apple in the hope of either a replacement or a fix. This problem is really annoying and clearly and issue with the iPad as many other devices have no problems. Even if a replacement router may fix this, clearly the iPad is at fault here. Does anyone have any other suggestions? If not, what do you think will happen if I take this back to Apple? Perhaps I can get a guarantee that they'll swap it with the next-gen iPad when it comes out? Looking forward to your advice, thanks for reading.