Guys, I believe I have discovered the very first iPad bug. It has to do with Cisco Authentication within Safari. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JRGARIG3tM I have been on the phone all day with Apple engineers and they are currently at a loss on how to fix the problem. Steps to do the bug: Connect to a Wifi that uses Cisco Website Authentication Accept the Authentication and type in user name and password. Hit submit. Does nothing. Hit submit again and it freezes Safari completely. I've repeated this process at least a dozen times today. Resetting does not work. Erasing network connections does not work. The only solution to fix this bug is to do a complete restore. You are then able to log in using Cisco Website Authentication only once and then if you ever turn the iPad off, it will freeze again and again. I've restored 5 times today to repeat and confirm this process as well. Apple engineers are currently looking in to this but as of this time there isn't a solution. And before everyone jumps on me saying it is the network. It is absolutely not. I've tested the entire process on my iPhone, laptop, and a Droid. Every computer/phone that we tests it with works flawlessly, and only freezes on the iPad. This could also somehow explain the other Wifi issues people are having.