Showing posts with label iPad Air 2. Show all posts
Showing posts with label iPad Air 2. Show all posts

ipad not connecting to wifi? Here is a solution

iPad is not connected to the wireless network
Now-a-days that Internet or network connectivity, the need to ensure that all your devices, because most of the device operations are only carried out by the Internet. So imagine a large screen device like iPad without a connection to the Internet is a nightmare that this problem extends from no connection to Wi-Fi or the iPad to the wifi, but there is no internet connection on it & drop-off connection is too slow or sluggish speed.

So if your iPad is not connected to the wireless network, no problem this guide will certainly take you out of this mess.

But before hunting to any solution first be sure about the iPad the iOS version, because it has been reported that the earlier versions of iOS have errors in the connectivity. According to a report in iOS 8.3 release notes, it contains multiple Wi-Fi-connected bug fixes. So make sure that you have the latest version of iOS with your i-device. To ensure this go
Settings->General->SOFTWARE->UPDATE.


iPad is not connecting to wifi

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  • check for the Wi-Fi settings in your router.


Most of the routers support for an additional adjustment for on/off switching of the WLAN module. This means that your ethernet connection is functioning properly, but none of their Wi-Fi devices will connect to the network. To make sure that your Wi-Fi setting the router is powered on.

  • Check the Wi-Fi setting of the iPad.



Many of the users reported that it was your I-Device, is the culprit, so go to Settings->WI-FI & select the Wi-Fi, with which they are connected. Now tap Forget this network, so that the gateway is a new one. Then type your password again a & try to re-connect to your WLAN.

  • Check on your lease.



renew the IP from the Wi-Fi setting

For lease [in this case] is the IP address for a given period of time, this can also be a reason for your problem. You can easily renew the IP from the Wi-Fi setting. Just go to Settings->WI-FI->[your active WI-FI connection]->Renew Lease

  • reset the network settings on the IDevice.



configure network settings


A way to solve your problem is to configure network settings, empty the cache, DHCP Info & any other stored data. This will also remove your saved password so be prepared. Go to Settings->General->RESET->Reset Network Settings

  • disable the Wi-Fi service.



network-related issues are resolved

Many of the network-related issues are resolved to get by this method, so you can check this out. Go to Settings->Data Protection->Location Based Services->SYSTEM SERVICES & turn the Wi-Fi network.

  • Check for the customs DNS setting.



change to Custom DNS


Sometimes the problem is not from your end, perhaps your Internet Service Provider (ISP) has problems in your Domain Name Server (DNS), to change to Custom DNS by Google(8.8.8.8) or OpenDNS. For this, go to Settings->WI-FI-> [your active WI-FI connection]. Now change the DNS number with 8.8.8.8(Google DNS).

  • Reset the router.


It is often the fault of your router, so try to reset it, it is perhaps not for the communication via 2.4 Ghz frequency, because today 5 Ghz frequency is of new router.

  • Reset your i-device.


Finally, if none of the above remedies solves your problem then simply reset your iPad, reset all settings to the default value. But take a backup copy of your device through iTunes before this step.

So this is all about the solution of your Wi-Fi connection problems with the iPad or iPad with the wifi, but there is no connection to the Internet, and I hope that one of the methods above will solve your problem & if not, please contact us using the "Comments" section below.

source: ipadappsbuzz.com

New Apple iPad case scheduled for October 16

New Apple iPad case scheduled
 

Apple has sent out invitations for a special event on 16 October, where the company is almost certain to submit updates this year air the iPad and the iPad Mini. The event, held on the campus of Apple in a much smaller than the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Launch place, probably also include some updates to other Apple product lines, such as the iMac and Apple TV. There is a remote possibility that we will see something new and crazy on October 16, and a TV, but I think it is unlikely, given recent debut of Apple clock.
new iPads

Top Menu October 18 event is a new Apple iPad and iPad Mini with Retina Display Air. There is a rather persistent rumor that the next iPad Air - call it the iPad Air 2 if you like, or perhaps the Air Plus iPad - will feature a 12.9-inch screen. As with the iPhone 6, several sites have published leaked photos of what appears to be an iPad thinner air, lighter, and bigger.




It is unclear what Apple will do with the iPad Mini with Retina display, but is supposed to get thinner and lighter. No word on whether there will be a 9.7-inch version of the iPad 2 with Air Plus 5.5 iPhone 6 inches, it is arguable that the 7.9-inch iPad Mini makes a lot of sense - but we'll have to wait and see what Apple has on 16 October.
 

A new iMac with Retina display, updated Mac Mini and Apple TV?


Apple should also reveal some other product updates at the event on October 16. We can only guess what these products really could be - but a new 27-inch iMac with Retina (5120 × 2800) display is possible. Teasing invitation "was too long" may indicate that the event will focus primarily on products that have not been updated in a while - Apple TV, the Mac Mini and iPod Nano are overdue an update. Or maybe Apple is just being sarcastic, considering it was a great event just a couple of weeks ago to launch the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.


The current Mac Mini was released way back in 2012
 

We could also see a MacBook Air with Retina display, or even a brand new product. Using the invitation of the original colors of the rainbow Apple could indicate that there will be a lot of things related to the Mac at the event - or maybe just stayed at my desk for too long now and I'm starting to see patterns where there are no none.

In any case, we're going to have some reporters at the Apple event in Cupertino on October 16, and we'll be live blogging here at ExtremeTech. Stay tuned!

Apple pencil for iPad