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Is there a way to check what the wifi connectivity speed is on the iPad?
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iPhone speedtest

Worked on my iPad...
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iPhone speedtest

Worked on my iPad...
I am looking for how you find out if it is connected via "N" , or "G" and what speed it thinks it is connected at to the wifi in the house.
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iPhone Speedtest won't tell you that, but it will be bloody obvious by the result.
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I get much faster results if I have my router set to G only, if set to N only it Is much slower. Also slow when set to G and N.

I thought the iPad would work fastest on N?
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