How To Fix iPhone Or iPad Wi-Fi Connectivity Issues After Upgrading To iOS 4.3.3

News | Sunday May 8 2011 1:05 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , ,

According to ReadWriteWeb,
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As RWW points out, when iPad 1 was launched last year, users had reported similar
but this time it looks like it is also affecting iPhone users.
After updating my iPad to iOS version 4.3.3, I discovered this problem had again resurfaced, but it was even worse than before. My connection wouldn’t just drop after the iPad went to sleep, as it had in the past, it would lose the connection when I was actively using the device, even while surfing the Web.
If you’re facing any of these issues, you can follow these tips to see if one of them resolves the issue until Apple releases an iOS software update to fix the issue:
If this doesn’t work then try to renew IP address, which may be required if you are using a larger wireless network.
If this doesn’t resolve the issue, try establishing a fresh connection with the Wi-Fi network by using the
option. Please note that this will clear your current Wi-Fi network settings, including saved Wi-Fi passwords.
If this doesn’t help try restarting your iOS device.
If restarting your iOS device doesn’t resolve the problem then reset all network settings. Please note that this will clear your current cellular and Wi-Fi network settings, including saved networks, Wi-Fi passwords, and VPN settings.
and if any of the tips mentioned above helped in resolving the issue.

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