According to reports on Apple’s online support forums, many iPad users are reportedly having trouble connecting to WiFi hotspots.
Apparently after updating to iOS 4.3.3, an iPad connected to a WiFi network may start spontaneously dropping connections, repeatedly disconnecting and reconnecting, or failing to connect at all.
Other reports point to the WiFi status as being misreported by showing a WiFi connection but not actually being connected. While no permanent solution has yet been identified, the majority of users are doing Network Resets (via Settings) with varying degrees of success.
It is worth pointing out that iPad users are no strangers to WiFi issues, as one of the more popular WiFi problems was with the original iPad, first reported after the device’s original launch in 2010.
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