How to Possibly Improve Your iPad WiFi Signal

Thu, Apr 15, 2010

iPad, Mobile

Apparently a lot of users have been having trouble with WiFi access on the iPad. Many many users have been searching for a solution and it looks like even Apple has recognized the issue. A user of the iPad, Mark Stout has discovered a possible solution for the WiFi issues. The solution involves his router settings on his Linksys router. Instead of setting his router to transmit a mixed signal of both wireless G and B standards, to just set it to using G and the result was much stronger signal strength.

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  • lemoon

    great idea, thanks for the nice sharing.
    this article “Tips to Turn iPad Wifi Into 3G” might also interest readers, which shows the tips on how to get your iPad WiFi connected to 3G.