Problems Wi-Fi with the New iPad

A significant number of users who have bought the new iPad are experiencing problems with Wi-Fi.

The origin of the problem seems to be caused by a bad power management chip Broadcom BCM4330. Although a priori be a hardware problem, Apple could fix the problem with a software update. The Broadcom BCM4330 chip was first introduced in the iPhone 4S and it has a number of measures to save energy. However, the New iPad needs to get more power from the battery to get the best possible performance to the screen. As a result of this extra consumption, Wi-Fi connections and signal reception were weak in many cases.

Fortunately, Apple already has the solution. This would happen by adjusting the amount of energy consumed by the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth chipset via a software update. As a temporary measure, Apple suggested to customers that would restore the configuration of the default network to address the problem. Anyway, this workaround does not seem to be working, so users must wait for the update.

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3 Responses to "Problems Wi-Fi with the New iPad"

  1. My ipad2 has always worked more or less well in wiffi connection after the previous update of this or stuck to the antenna or over a iphone connects to the Internet, it is curious that this may or may not happen, maybe one day there have problems and the day I have to connect that I need not surely get the solution is to update the apple ruter, but other teams have no problem example blackberry, psp, ps3, nintendo wii, xbox and laptops but they insist what the problem is ruter I think the problem is apple, that the height of all you do not connect even to cases that have made them, so I hope that this new solvent update this problem led 1 hour by downloading and has not finished

  2. Thanks for your comment and contribute your experience, Jose. A greeting!