14 Replies Latest reply: May 8, 2011 8:02 PM by simken
satchelpig Level 1 Level 1 (115 points)
I have seen threads that indicate problems with WiFi speed after iOS 4.2.1 was released, but my problem isn't with speed exactly.

In brief, my iPad will essentially go to sleep on its WiFi connection regularly, despite showing a 100% WiFi signal at all times. I can correct the problem temporarily by turning the WiFi off and then on again, but this is quickly becoming a nuisance.

Speedwise, the speed is terrific when it's locked in and working. So I don't have the slowness issues some others are reporting. It's just more of an all-or-nothing deal.

Per some threads I read elsewhere, I tried resetting my network on the iPad, but the problem persists.

Are there any known solutions out there? Do we have any indication that Apple is aware of the problem?

iPad 3G 64GB, iOS 4, Netgear WNDR 3700 Router (N)