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Hardware strongman Aaron Vronko, CEO of Rapid Repair believes that the issues some owners of the new iPad have been reporting about are not related to hardware issues and can be easily fixed with a software update. The Cupertino technology giant acknowledged the problem and has been looking into it. Symptoms of the problem can include, but are not limited to; intermittent connectivity, slow WiFi speeds, and ‘WiFi network not seen’ messages, the company explained in a statement.

According to Vronko, the fact that there is an intermittent signal points to it being a software problem since hardware problems would basically be an all or nothing scenario. He also points out that by resetting the network and reconnecting to the WiFi and having it work properly is another fact that a software update should fix the glitch. If Vronko is right about his conclusion, Apple would be the happiest company because rolling out a software update would cost a darn sight cheaper than replacing hardware in its entirety. For now, Apple is yet to come up with the solution but hopefully this statement by Vronko has user’s minds at ease.

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