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Hey-
I’ve had my iPad for a few weeks now and love it. It’s been no problem.
This morning I woke it up to check emails and got a message to say I’m not connected to the Internet.
The same happened with Safari, and any other Internet based app.
I shut it down and restarted but that didn’t help. I plugged it into iTunes and saw there was an update available so I installed it in case it helped. But still nothing.
I have a full signal strength from my wireless router.
What might be causing the problem?
Thanks.

Dual G5, Mac OS X (10.5.1)
Reply by dddog on Jul 18, 2010 3:18 AM Helpful
Thank you, it worked!
Reply by achlasaba on Apr 12, 2011 2:21 PM Helpful
Despite strong wifi signals - a 4 bar icon at the top left on my Ipad and iTouch - both on my home network and on the network at a friends, my iPad (IOS 4.3.1) and my 2nd gen iTouch (IOS 4.1) both tell me that I am not connected to the Internet. Nor can I send or receive e-mail.

I have reset network setting; I have renewed the lease and have also fogot the network. I have powered off and then powered on. All to no avail.

I am typing this on my wireless G4 Powerbook while connected to my home system, so the problem does not seem to be with the router.

Hopefully this forum can help me solve this.

Thanks.
Reply by Midlo on Oct 28, 2010 11:16 AM Helpful
I've had my pad since the first day it came out. I have found that I have to re-enter my Key for my modem quite often to get internet access. I've gotten to the point now that I've memorized the multi-numbered/lettered key code. I should not have this problem. We have wifi throughout the house. Don't get why I'm having this bothersome problem.

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