Inquiring minds want to know… Is anyone else experiencing this?
First, it was Barry’s new iPhone 5 he had just picked up… It said it was connected to our many wifi hotspots in the house, but the signal wasn’t actually connected. So, he took it back to the Apple Store, and the friendly guys in blue immediately replaced it.
Now, mine is doing it. It’s been fine since I got it in late October, but now, when I absolutely don’t have time to be messing around, it decides it doesn’t want to play nice.
How extremely annoying.
Thankfully, I have six gigs of data on my plan, so I can afford to wait until after my last exam on June 8th to go in and get it replaced, but Barry is on a different version of our BMO Telus corporate plan, so he required access at home before he blew by his data hurdle and on to the more expensive plan. (He’s on the tiered plan).
But, it got me thinking – I wonder if this problem is more common than the odd iPhone 5 going awry? I mean, two in one household? That seems a bit over the top. I bet some people don’t really know this is a hardware problem, and think it’s their router causing the problem. The only reason why I know it’s not, is because my iPad (and previously my iPhone) was connecting fine when Barry first started experiencing it.
YOUR TURN: Do tell… Have you seen this issue?