Which are the most common iPad 2 issues?
Just ten days after they started selling the new iPad 2 device, clients are continue to wait on virtual queues in order to buy the mobile device.
Until now, the first buyers are still acquainting themselves with new iPad 2 options. And in contrast to all the online reviews in popular websites there are many customers who have found several problems with the iPad 2 device almost right away.
The initial price for the iPad 2 began at $499, but in the majority of the cases the iPad 2 price appears to be much higher. Have this information in mind before you run to some store and buy one iPad 2. It’s much wiser to read the next lines.
In accordance with the website iPhoneHacks, several clients have found that the blacklight “bleeds” from the back of the LCD panel. The float has been watched when a black background is displayed and is most visible next to the Home button.
Many customers are also writing with a lot of complaints in the Apple forums about the Wi-Fi radio of the new iPad 2. They share with the audience that some of the mobile devices drop strong Wi-Fi signals while other work properly under the same conditions. There are users who say that they have tried to stand next to a router in order to be able to obtain a normal signal. Other iPad 2 fans point out that they have noticed a yellow tint on the iPad 2′s display.
MacRumors presumes that the float is most probably provisional and compares the problem to “blotches” which were observed on several iPhone 4 devices a few days after the product’s official start. At the time, the irritating float was ascribed to the bonding agent used to secure the glass to the iPhone 4.
During the iPad 2′s testing procedures, the specialist from the website iLounge.com found that a WiFi-only element recorded better-quality sound than a element with WiFi and 3G. iLounge suggested that microphone placed into the 3G unit is embedded into the plastic 3G antenna that is missing from WiFi-only tablet and may be the reason for the unpleasant sound distortion.
Another famous online resource – AppleInsider – points out that there are some postings on the Apple forums which have been addressed to a hypothetical FaceTime glitch. iPad 2 owners and fans shared that FaceTime could sometimes show a frozen image from a former video chat session even though users have tried to restart the application before that. Nevertheless, the majority of the users seemed to have resolved the float by restarting the iPad 2 device.