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I have an ipad air which regularly loses WiFi connection, i can turn on /off WiFi on the ipad and it connects OK again. I have 2 x iphones and a imac which all connect without any drop outs. I had a old ipad 2 which connected perfectly all the time as well. Has anybody else had this problem? Could it be a problem with the new WiFi standards on the ipad air? I'm connecting to BT infinity fibre optic.
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Since all your other devices are connecting without difficulty we can assume your home network is working OK. If your iPad Air is still covered by the Apple warranty, it might be best to take it to Apple and let them check it out. The iPad Air WiFi and cellular capability has not been changed.
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Only use the iPad at home. Going to get it checked out this week, I will post results of that later. Thanks.
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