It looks like Verizon’s victory over AT&T for having less dropped calls on the iPhone 4 has been short lived. Recently, apparently a number of Verizon customers have been complaining about problems with their iPad 2 tablets connecting to Verizon’s 3G service. Nobody is sure about what the cause of the problem is, but it seems to happen when people turn off the 3G connection and try to turn it back on. Apple has acknowledged that it is a problem though they didn’t specify how many tablets were affected, and when a solution will be issued. But on the internet, some people mentioned that rebooting the device with 3G on solves the problem, other folks say a backup and a reset of the tablet works as well. But whatever the case is, it shouldn’t be a problem for a device as mature as the iPad – after all Apple seemed to have fixed connection problems with the Verizon iPhone 4. Hopefully the iOS 4.3.2 patch rumored to arrive in the coming weeks fixes these problems. Have any of you experienced such problems with your Verizon 3G iPad 2?
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