Feel free to ask any questions. This place never closes. Just remember though, what happens in Vegas does not stay in Vegas, when iPF is involved. We'll happily spread it to every part of the world in seconds.
While I am not sure that I LOVE my iPad, I find it unsurpassed for websurfing and reading on the go (my primary reason for owning it). Yes, there are limitations. Some of those are pretty severe, in my mind. For me, however, web surfing is 80% of what I want to do while away from the house, so I use it a lot.LOVE of the IPAD
I would say, too, that I spend very little time tinkering with my IPad. I turn it on. It works as expected (given the limited expectations). I cannot say these things about my little android devices. I cannot say this about my desktop computer, either. But, for these devices, I have higher expectations and attempt things I would not dream of on an iPad. To me, the iPad is the Honda Civic of gadgets...nothing fancy or complicated....it simply gets you there...every time.
The older 2.4GHz phones and the 802.11 a/b/ (and g, depending on setup) routers could interfere with each other.
You can either try to move them as far apart as feasible, or get a new router or wireless phone setup. Neither is terribly expensive these days.
A router that sets up it's network using 802.11 n spectrum should work fine.
The newer cordless phone in the 5.8 GHz range or new wireless (local network) based ones like DECT 6.0 also avoid the problem. It's still a good idea not to put them right next to each other. Any radio transmitter can desensitize another to some degree.