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  • den1s Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Is there a method of "Going Back to An Earlier Date" to set back the previous version, similar to what is provided in Windows.??

     

    It is simply folly and crazy not to allow users/customers this basic option to do this, it should be Very Easy to provide. We would then have an easy way to use the iPad in its prior to update state. Let us have a response from you please Apple. ?

     

    This would take the heat out of unresolved issues when updates have been issued but have Bugs, and keep everyone happy with the basic courtesy of Choice.

  • eddie123 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Well, still no update from Apple:(( Very disappointed that this issue has not been addressed yet. I've trolled the net but can't seem to find any other topics on this issue apart from this one. There must be thousands of people having issues with this bug.

    Even sent a tweet to their CEO,https://twitter.com/eddie_oneill/status/446289756029452288

    No response. I guess that indicates Apple's commitment to their customers. At the very least they should give their customers an indication of when a fix will be available.

     

    I have worked in the Comms and IT industry for over 30 years and one thing I do know is how much customers appreciate feedback, even if it's not that positive. At least keep the communication channels open, let us know what is happening.

    A very frustrated Apple customer for now, maybe not much longer at this rate:(((

  • The Borginsteiner Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    THE RESULTS ARE IN....

     

    PC connected to my internet

     

    photo 2.JPG

     

    PC connected to my internet via my VPN

     

    photo 1.JPG

     

    NOW THE iPAD 2 RUNNING 7.1

     

    iPad 2 connected to my internet

     

    photo 1 - ipad.PNG

     

    iPad 2 connected to my internet via my VPN

     

    photo 2 ipad.PNG

     

    Apple for some reason 7.1 halves the amount of UL and DL speeds from that of the PC - THUS REDERING THE IPAD USELESS!!

     

    Come one throw a dog a bone!

     

    Borg.

  • eddie123 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Same here, VPN snail speed.

    https://twitter.com/eddie_oneill/status/449513913143808000

     

    How do we put pressure on Apple to get this fixed, anyone any idea

     

    https://twitter.com/eddie_oneill/status/448505986849198081

    Of course, no response:(

     

    https://twitter.com/eddie_oneill/status/449571285392457728

  • Jrt4 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    As if this morning the problem is fixed for me.  I don't really understand that as I haven't installed any updates but for the last week I had the same issues reported here and now on PureVpn I am back to full speed.  Don't know if Apple fix or PureVPN fix but glad to be back!

  • eddie123 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Still the same for me, no improvement:(

  • den1s Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    No improvement for me either.

     

    APPLE CHIEF EXEC

     

    CAN WE PLEASE HAVE A RESPONSE FROM APPLE TO LET US ALL KNOW HOW THINGS ARE PROGRESSING WITH A SOLUTION.

     

    As a matter of simple courtesy we would all appreciate this.

     

    Thank you

  • Hejo Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Which Server are you using with PureVPN?  I can't get mine to work.

  • The Borginsteiner Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Hello All!

     

    I'm the first to admit if I have done something wrong - in that case I have - My issue has been resolved, the fix for me was to update my VPN settings from my provider on the iPad 2 [in this case tunnel bear] - Once installed my UL and DL speeds were actually better than before - Egg on the chin.

     

    Hope every one else can maybe try the same type of fix and utopia will be restored in your lives soon!

     

    Kind Regards,

     

    The Borg.

  • rraumer1 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have the same problem today.

  • trepani Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I found a solution to this problem that seems to have worked for my slow VPN issues on another Apple thread. https://discussions.apple.com/message/25176338#25176338

     

    I needed to go to my Wifi router and disable WMM mode. 

     

    "The WMM setting is a wireless setting and is normally enabled by default on the router. You will have to login to your router via 192.168.0.1 (or whichever is your default login address) and locate the wireless settings and look for something called WMM setting or WMM mode and disable it. Each router is different so you will have do the research on your router. "

     

    I'm using an iPad 3 16gb wifi and StrongVPN (great vpn service by the way)

     

    With WMM mode enabled using the VPN I was getting speeds of .3 Mbps download and .2 Mbps upload.

     

    With WMM mode disabled using the VPN I am now getting up to 5 Mbps download and 1.5 Mbps upload.

     

    Not using the VPN, I get 26Mbps download and 10Mbps upload using an N-router ( http://www.hitrontech.com/en/cable_detail.php?id=10 )and my cable service provides 100Mbps down and 10Mbps up, just for reference...

     


  • Jrt4 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I am using Uk1 and uk4.  I didn't change anything on my ipad or router so don't know why it is fixed but is for me.  I had contacted PureVpn for assistance a few days ago after I upgraded to 7.1 and they had me try all uk servers but none worked but all working now.  Hope it starts working for you.

  • Jrt4 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Been thinking about this more since reading other forum.  I did take my ipad to work yesterday and connected to wifi there..but not PureVPN.  It was when I came back home that it started working.  Don't know if disconnecting from my wifi and then reconnecting could have been what fixed it... But would be worth trying if still slow for you ...

  • eddie123 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I did some more testing with an interesting result. If I use cellular data, (3G ) on my iPad the download speeds using VPN are much better than WiFi, strange should be the other way around!!

  • kingas32 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I tried the following without any success.

    1. Forget wifi connection. Reconnect.

    2. Remove and reinstall vpn settings

    3. Reset network settings and reconnect to wifi

    4. Switch off WMM on the wifi router

     

    I did a speed test after each change.  I only got about 200kbps. Compared with 4.5mbps on my mac.

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