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In iOS 8 are experiencing problems connecting to Wi-Fi
Eighth version of iOS experts called the least stable of all previously submitted mobile firmware Apple. Members found in iOS 8 a lot of mistakes. At least before the iOS 8.0.1 people will put up with “departures” applications, rapid discharge of the battery and slow performance of their devices.
In forum Apple Support grows branch with complaints to another problem. iPhone and iPad on iOS 8 poorly connected to the networks of Wi-Fi. People complain about the failure to connect to wireless networks and low data rate.
As told to the user with the nickname E-2043 to upgrade high-speed Wi-Fi indicators were: 21 Mbit / s and 4.4 Mbit / s download and returns Ping 17 ms. After the transition to iOS 8 network performance plummeted – 2.9 Mbit / s and 9.47 Mbit / s download and returns Ping 39 ms. The problem is solved only downgrade to iOS 7 – reset does not correct the problem.
Currently the branch dealing with the problem with Wi-Fi in iOS 8, has already 210 replies and 10,380 views. The number of “fallen under the hand” of users is relatively small, so the problem is unlikely to be interested in kupertinovtsy first. “Remembering the failure of the application” Maps “in iOS 6, one is tempted to conclude – if not forgotten how to test your Apple operating system?” – Complains one of the users on the company’s website.
At the moment, the problem with the battery iOS devices 8 is the main forum Apple – polzovali report rapidly decreasing exponent per cent in the upper right corner of the iPhone and iPad. As is known, in iOS 7 similar bug was eliminated only after the release of iOS 7.1. So wait for a quick response Apple has yet to occur.
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