How to Fix New iPad Wi-Fi Connection Issues

When I first got my new iPad on March 16, I quickly noticed that my Wi-Fi signal was much weaker than the Wi-Fi signal found on the iPad 2. Apparently, I wasn’t the only one who found this to be an issue. Our very own Warner Crocker also noticed that his new iPad isn’t all that good at getting a connection.

Others complain about it too.

Apparently, the problem may have something to do with the software on board, not the hardware itself. And as I found out, there is an extremely simple fix that works for me that may work for some of you.

Available in OS X Daily sent Here is a short tutorial on how to fix Wi-Fi connection issue with new iPad. I decided to give it a try, and my Wi-Fi signal on my new iPad definitely looks like the one on my iPad 2.

Here is what I did.

Go to and go to .

Now go to and then go to .

How to Fix New iPad Wi-Fi Connection Issues

Once inside, tap the blue arrow next to the device your iPad is connected to.

How to Fix New iPad Wi-Fi Connection Issues

Then, you’ll want it on the next screen.

Return to the Wi-Fi screen and reconnect to that network.

Hope you enjoy a better Wi-Fi signal.

I doubt this works for everyone, but it definitely worked for me. I bet Apple will release a software update soon that will fix the problem for everyone. For now, though, you’ll want to consider trying this fix.

Anyone having problems?

Did this fix work?

let me know.

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