We’ve attempted to correspond each problem with a set of fixes, but certain fixes may work to resolve problems other than the one under which they’re listed.
In the HTTP Proxy section, select “Manual.” You don’t need to enter any additional information.
Exit Settings, then check for alleviation of Wi-Fi issues.
You may need to restart your router after making this change.
Interestingly, other users have reported that switching to Auto is of benefit (the default setting is “Off”)Tap Settings on your i Pad, then select Wi-Fi from the left-hand pane.
Choose the network with which you are experiencing difficulty, then select “Forget this network.” Go back to the previous screen and rejoin the network.
In this problem, data will suddenly stop flowing through the i Pad’s Wi Fi connection, even though it appears that the connection is still active (i.e.
signal-strength bars are still displayed in the i Pad’s upper-left corner).
A series of Wi-Fi connectivity disturbances comprise the biggest set of issues afflicting new i Pad owners.
With Apple largely mum, save a few suggestions that include moving closer to the router and resetting the device, we’ve put together a comprehensive description of the various problems users are experiencing, along with a series of potential fixes.
Until Apple issues a software update to rectify the issue (which may or may not be in the works) or issues a definitive statement, these are your best bets for maintaining a robust, consistent i Pad Wi-Fi connection.
Note that some of the fixes mentioned below are mix and match.