Apple iPad Wi-Fi Issue To Be Fixed By A Software Update; Shipping Dates Pushed Back In The UK
By on May 12th, 2010

Remember the Apple iPad Wi-Fi connectivity issue? Well, Apple updated its support document a few days ago listing possible ways to solve the Wi-Fi problem. The support document states “Apple will also address remainingApple Wi-Fi connectivity issues with a future iPad software update.”

In other Apple iPad related news Apple seems to have serious shortage of the iPads. Everyone knows that the Apple iPad has been a roaring success in the U.S. It was just a few days ago that Apple officially announced the iPad international launch date. Apple has now pushed back the pre-order shipping date of the device to June 7th in the U.K. This delay in shipping is however not valid for people who have already pre-ordered the device. An Apple insider told Pocket-Lint.com -

“Demand for iPad has been off the charts. We are working hard to get iPads into customers’ hands as quickly as possible.”

Earlier the pre-orders were supposed to be shipped by May 28th. The delay is valid for both the 3G and Wi-Fi versions of the iPad. Apple is also facing a shortage of the iPads in the US. This is clearly visible from the 7 to 11 days shipping time of the Apple iPad.

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    I want one really bad! I had to buy a new pc recently though and can't afford the ipad right now. Every new Apple product seems to have some kind of fix soon after the release. Maybe waiting isn't THAT bad.

 
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