My cellular connection seems about the same but I am getting WAY BETTER WiFi connection in my house. My wireless is located on the other side of the house from the sun room I use my iPad in and instead of half signal, I am getting full bars.Where I always had all my bars on wifi at home with my iPad 1 I now have one less bar on my iPad 3. Where I was able to connect with a moderate 3G connection I now cannot connect at all on 4G. Any advice?
You do realize that just because you get a good 3g signal it doesn't necessarily correlate to a good 4g signal?So yesterday I had problems using my 4G where I could normally get connected with my iPad one. I'm working this morning in my office and I never had a problem getting a 3G signal on my iPad 1 but this morning I have no signal at all when I'm on the 4G network and I have no connection to Safari. I turn 4G off or maybe I should say LTE off and back on and now it appears I have a signal. I wonder if this is just a problem they are going to fix with an update at some point to get the kinks out.
You are correct. Here is a good one. I'm a professor and I just returned from a classroom where I often teach. I have never had a problem getting a 3G connection in that classroom. Today while the students were watching a short video I turned my cellular connection on and after it searched for a while it got a weak connection with a capital E for EDGE! I've seen that on my iPhone but never on my iPad 1. I'll probably have to return this to the Apple Store soon and have it replaced with one that gets better Wi-Fi and 4G reception.You do realize that just because you get a good 3g signal it doesn't necessarily correlate to a good 4g signal?
Don't see why not. If you are in an area where LTE is supported you might get better performance.Question for those more tech savvy than me. Should my new iPad get the same cellular reception as my iPhone 4 in the same places? My phone works fine in some places but my iPad won't get a signal.
That was confusing - I thought you were talking about wifiIt's not a wifi problem. Should have made that more clear in that where we were there was no wifi at all. Sorry. Wifi seems to be fine. It is the 4g cellular connection only works outside or right next to a window and even then it is weak. Earlier iPads and iPhones have no problem in same locations.