I have had this problem since I got my iPad last week. I am connected to my wifi network and have the 3g turned off. It seems only to be connected for about 2-5 minutes and it then doesn't load anything, the iPad will say it is connected, but no pages will load, app store won't search. How I have been able to fix it is going into wifi settings then disable/enable, but this only works for once again My router's firmware is up to date and I have iOS 4.2. I have reset the network connection settings and still same problem.
I am using iPad 3 and currently living in an area where there is a strong wi fi signal which is open also which means it doesn't need any password.My ipad shows connected to internet but when i try to access internet through safari browser it displays "Not connected to internet" .I checked every setting but everything was correct.I wonder what is creating problem?
You've got the iPad Dock keyboard and a normal iPad dock. I'm pretty sure I'm going to buy the normal iPad dock but I will also need a keyboard.The Apple site tells me you can also use bluetooth keyboards (which I don't have at home).Now I thought that it might be better to buy the bluetooth keyboard. Than I will just put the iPad on the normal iPad dock and I will use the bluetooth keyboard to type stuff.Now the bluetooth keyboard and the special iPad Dock Keyboard have the same price except there's one difference: the iPad Dock Keyboard isn't wireless but it's also a dock at the same time.Buy a wireless bluetooth keyboard or buy the connected iPad Dock Keyboard?
I have two iPhones, many wireless devices. All work beautiful with my wireless + SMCD3GN wireless router. iPad is killing me. Wireless either has low signal, connects then low performance. Or just doesnt remember my wireless. Really big problem for me.... Anyone experience this.
I am moving away and finally decided to connect the ipad to my pc. I just updated my pc with xp service pack 3. When i connect the ipad to the pc, im lucky if iTunes recognizes it (maybe 1/5 times) and it tells me that it requires an update.I agree to the update but within a few minutes my internet connection is lost. This pc is on a wireless connection. The wireless is still active as my iPad still has internet as well as the other hard wired pc in the house.
Even if i do not open iTunes and initiate the "download and install updates" option, my Internet connection is lost on this pc. The computer no longer recognizes my wireless usb key, and the only solution is to restart the computer, nothing else seems to work.Obviously the iPad update has not occurred since the internet is lost within 2-3 minutes of starting the update!
I am at my wits end with this iPad. I just want to update it, and then transfer some music and video to it- doesn't seem like too much to ask. I have previously been using it only for a few small apps and an ereader.
I have a 250MB 3G wireless package. I have left my iPad in the house for the past 2 weeks. It is connected to the WiFi as indicated by the the WiFi icon and under settings it shows IP address/etc. Why suddenly am I over my 250MB plan? How does the iPad "ignore" the wireless connection when under WiFi.
I have been having trouble with my iPad connoting to our work wireless network. It seems to connect fine, safari pops up and it asks me to insert the password I do and i can browse the web just fine. Then when I close the web browser and move to say the mail app, it can no longer connect.
We have our server connected through the airport extreme and then the airport extreme to the modem. When I am at work I can send and receive emails just fine but if I try to go somewhere then I can no longer send and receive e-mail... Any ideas? I know there is not much info to go on but hopefully you guys have some ideas. We are running lion server on our mini Mac and I have the new iPad HD.
My iPad is the only wireless device I have running and even when its turned off its still connecting to my wireless broadband.Its used up 5gb in less than two days.The only thing I can do to stop it is to put the iPad into flight mode or disable the wireless connection.
When both Cellular Data (3G in my case) and Wireless are enabled and connected with full bars and full wifi strength, which interface does the device use to send/receive data? Is there a way (App) to tell which is being used and/or does it depend on the type of data (streaming netflix vs sending an email for example)?
Edit:The routing table shows 2 default routes which is what got me wondering in the first place:
I got an iPad for primarily reading scientific pdfs from the web. It does this very well....for the first page and a half. I can get it to load up full documents. It just cuts off the rest of the doc, ith no option to scroll down.
i was looking online about the diff wireless folding travel key boards that are out for the ipod touch and the smart phone units ..and that got me to thinking .. can you use a wireless travel fold down keyboard for the ipad and would it work with a connected cable or have a stand unit with the keyboard unit
For those of you who have an iPad, how do large web pages load? I know one of the things the iPhone choked on was loading a long page like in a forum. By choking I mean it either checkerboards a lot of freezes.How does this page load? http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread468933/pgNote: I have no opinion on the content. I found this via a quick google search and my iPhone chokes on this. It takes forever to load and constantly checkerboards.
Not sure if this is the correct forum to post my problem with my jailbroken iPad. Jailbroke using limera1n. Works great. But lately I notice when I'm using safari especially pages with lots of picture. It'll crash after it's done loading. Sometime it doesn't load all the image. As far as I know all the image are in jpeg. Like regular photos. So question is how do I fix this? Is this caused from jailbreaking?. I'm running 4.1
I'm using a 64 gb IPad 3g, and I'm having some issues with Safari.
Specifically, it pretty consistently gets stuck when loading a webpage. The progress bar will get stuck about a third of the way across, and the only way to fix it is to select the address bar, then select the page itself, which brings up the refresh icon in the address bar, and then hit reload. Most of the time, this causes the page to load again within a second or two. Occasionally I have to do this twice.
If I decide to just wait for the page to load, I generally have to wait 10-15 seconds. It's very annoying. I've gotten to the point where it becomes a bit of a ritual. If a page doesn't load immediately I just hit reload a couple of times.
Information: Macbook 2.2 GHz Mac OS X (10.5) 1 gig RAM
First off, completely love the iPad. I haven't put mine down since i got it last week, and it's excellent. I'm a photographer, so I post a lot of images to my blog, and i check other blogs with a lot of images. I'm running into an issue with safari loading a lot of photos. I run into this with my blog www.micahcordes.net it will load about 15 images, then the rest are just blank. I tried using a number of different loading techniques on the site, IE j-query loaders, preloading scripts, etc,but always the same thing. Anything i can do?
I have just noticed this since doing the update. Go to a website, I used engadget as it's a good heavy one to test, the very start of the web site comes up, then start scrolling the screen down the web site to the bottom, then up again to the top, then down again.
The loading of the site stops dead in it's tracks till you stop scrolling. I'm sure it did not do this before, yes, it slowed it down, but I'm sure it kept loading.
It almost seems like today's 4.3 update has changed something and now scrolling is taking 100% iPad power and no new data can be displayed till you stop. Is this just me, I can't go back to 4.2 now to double check.
Whilst 4.3 does indeed render the web site faster which is great. I'm sure I used to be able to scroll down and the data kept coming in/being displayed, unlike now where the blue downloading bar stops dead till you stop scrolling.
Anyone able to shed light as to whether it's possible to load attachments to gmail on the web from iPad2?EG I loaded pages in to create doc's gmail via the web does not seem to have a button for attaching files...I know it can be done via mail, and straight out of pages though the limited functionality struck me as a little stone age.
I'm on holiday and using my 3G iPad to stay in touch with the outside world!Ive only got GPRS but signal is full, and almost every time i come out of safari the pages reload?Or if a page is loading and i come out of safari when i comeback to it it wont have loaded and will just be a white screen.Its really starting to get on my nerves now due to the time it takes to even load a page.Is it due to the Poor data connection?
I am trying to see if anyone knows if there is anyway to get all pictures to load form a website. I have read that the limit is 6mb, then photos stop loading in safari and show the blue box with a question mark.So does anyone know if the is a different browser the iPad can run in order to load a complete web site with photos? Or maybe a program that can override this limitation?I do not mean to stir up any hate, because I know this has been asked a zillion times,
Anyone having problems getting gmail to load completely? My setting in gmail is on the new theme and set to view as if it was in desktop mode, but somehow, gmail gets stuck in loading. And scrolling down is not available...