If you have a new iPad 3 and are facing the problem of low Wi-Fi reception you might think that your iPad’s Wi-Fi is corrupted and you may have to give it back to the Apple company but before doing that try some simple steps that may save your device from going back to the company.
The new iPad having a super natural display and LTE capabilities is facing problems with the Wi-Fi.It does not show full signals either you are sitting next to the antenna or the same Wi-Fi connection which used to show full signals any where in your home.Before availing the guarantee of your device try out the following few steps:
- Go to Settings and then to General
- from General go to Network and then Wi-Fi
- Tap on the blue arrow infront of your Wi-Fi connection
- And then tap on Forget This Network .
After you have done that join your network again by going to Wi-Fi settings.This should help you give back the reception of your network.If this doesn’t work there is another procedure which might be of your help:
- Go to Settings and then to Reset
- Tap on Reset network settings
- Reboot the iPad
- Connect to any wireless network
Note: Resetting your network settings will result in forgetting of the password.So if you connect your device to the Wi-Fi you will need to re-enter your password. If trying both of these solutions your device does not work then it might be a software problem or a genuine hardware problem that you must report to the Apple company on their website or official dealers.
Article source: by Ehsan Khan at yourtechinfo