The only time I see this type of behavior is when the SSID is hidden. For example, if your network is called Cruz, and you have it hidden so you manually have to enter the connection info to connect because you cannot choose it from a list, then the behavior you describe happens.I have a Linksys WRT110 N router..iPhone connects fine all over the house...Ipad frequently asks me to reenter wifi password...sometimes fails to find wifi when starting up...doesn't matter where I am in the house...same problems occur. I believe that this is a problem either with the Ipad antenna or software and nor related to the router issues that Apple has posted fixes for....we'll see!
I don't think so. It has been reported will multiple different routers. Apple's solution for Dual Band routers is to create 2 different networks. What if the Dual Band router is in a public hotspot? If the iPhone and a crappy network can access the router without a problem, shouldn't the iPad be able to do the same. It is more than a few people who are complaining about this. I for one am very disjointed.That is a lot of hostility over a handful of people having wifi problems. It seems to be more random than anything and you cannot blame the device till its been tested in all possible scenarios. it very well could be a router issue more than a iPad issue
I think there are several people willing to pay a restocking fee to get the 3G unit. It's like deciding to use the iPad for 20 days for a $50-$70 fee. I guess it beats waiting for the 3G and was also a way for the user to see if 3G was necessary.Why didn't you just wait for the 3G? That is what I am doing.
Morally, I have an issue with this. Essentially you are damaging the place that you purchased the iPad from. If you owned a store would you like it if someone dd that to you?I think there are several people willing to pay a restocking fee to get the 3G unit. It's like deciding to use the iPad for 20 days for a $50-$70 fee. I guess it beats waiting for the 3G and was also a way for the user to see if 3G was necessary.