Problems Wi-Fi with the new iPad
A significant number of users who have bought the new iPhone are experiencing problems with the Wi-Fi.
The source of the problem seems to be caused by poor power management chip Broadcom BCM4330. Although a priori be a hardware issue, Apple could solve the problem with a software update. Broadcom BCM4330 chip was incorporated for the first time iPhone 4S and it has a number of measures to save energy. However, in the New iPad needs to get more power from the battery to get the highest possible return to the screen. As a result of this extra consumption, Wi-Fi signal reception have been weak in many cases.
Fortunately, Apple already has the solution. This happens by adjusting the amount of energy consumed by the Wi-Fi chipset and Bluetooth via a software update. As a temporary measure, suggested Apple customers who re-established the configuration of the default network to address the problem. However, this workaround seems not to work, so users must wait for the update.