Make no mistake, the iPad is the dominant force in the tablet world now and for the foreseeable future. They are pretty much everywhere and selling in record numbers.
However, this kind of success doesn’t come without at least one problem. That problem? Some owners of Verizon Wireless iPad 2’s are reporting wireless connectivity issues.
Chief among these issues is the fact that their devices seem to insist they are roaming on a non-Verizon wireless network even in areas with strong Verizon signal. Bummer.
Fortunately, Verizon doesn’t charge roaming fees in the U.S., but the issue is still annoying to users. But don’t worry, a fix is reportedly coming soon as Apple is apparently aware of it and doing something about it with an upcoming update to iOS.
The update, dubbed iOS 4.3.2, will address this issue and will also include other fixes for FaceTime and other security things. However, in true cryptic Apple fashion, we probably won’t ever know exactly what those fixes are — even after the update comes out.
The update has reportedly already dropped at Apple’s iOS developer site and should be available for all who need it in the coming weeks.