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...WLAN quality of their iPad. I decided to ran some tests using speedtest.net
Here are the results of my iPad3 WLAN speed test.
First i checked...
Has Apple throttled down the iPad so it's download speeds are one third what they should be?
Just curious on the data speeds around the globe.
This is what I can clock at work on a good day..my home network doesn't even come close.....
Curious. I have these two sitting right next to each other and less that five feet from my router. I ran the test using the same server. I ran...
Like the subject says when I do speed test I am somewhere around 2mbs download, but when I actually download a file it is only around 150kbs. I...
I use Speedtest X App.
I'll second speedtest.
Paul W. H
Here's mine, courtesy of speedtest.
I don't have any problems.
Read about my speedtest here:
Did you run Speedtest? If you did then what download speed did you get?
There's a new speedtest app just for iPad released yesterday or today. Freebie, too.
May be worth using the Speedtest X App to check your connection speed.
I get 1.3mbps via AT&T 3G. Speedtest app for iPhone.
The Speedtest app is reporting appreciably lower 3G speeds now than it did in early May.
Here's my most recent speedtest running on wifi, usually get 10+ at home
I like Ookla's Speedtest app. Free, if you don't mind the ads.
You can also use speedof.me as a good and reliable speedtest website...
No need for an app. Just google Mobile Speedtest on your Ipad and run the 5MB test.
I'm on Cox cable, running 5ghz-n network I always get over 15000 kbps measured with Speedtest X.
Here's my speedtest done just now right outside my cellular carrier's head office.
Here are a couple apps.
Speedtest X HD
Speedtest.net Speed Test
Please post some results from speedtest mobile app
Home wifi cox cable
22.76 Mbps dload
8.49 Mbps upload
40 ms ping
There's a free app called Speedtest in the app store that will let you compare speeds over a 3G connection and a WiFi connection.
That's the same one I use myself.
Speedtest X HD from the App Store will check the bandwidth. I use it if/when I get any problems which may be affected by bandwidth.
I just did a speedtest with the speedtest.net app and I have 2.65Mbps download and 0.25 Upload. So I guess its the upload speed that's killing me.
...max bars in whole house, downstairs and upstairs. Running 5ghz radio, wireless-n.
Download speed always over 15000 kbps measured with...
Overdrive (extra endorsement for this program)
Speedtest (for iPhone, tap the 2X button)
Just ran Speedtest on my iPad3. 65 ms ping time, 13 Mbps download, 1 Mbps upload. Connected to Time Warner Cable through my Asus router.
Good advice from Mike.
You may want to install the App Speedtest X as this will tell you the download speed wherever you are.
...out two DNS addresses of 126.96.36.199 and 188.8.131.52 changed to just one number 184.108.40.206 and instantly got 10x speed 30mb plus on ookla speedtest
I was wondering the same thing. My speedtest shows the 3G at 2.5mbps and my wifi at only 1.5mbps (I only have DSL available). The 3G seems pretty...
You can download an app called Speedtest X HD which will check your connection speed, also, it could be a problem at the server end if they are...
Shopping group--appshopper, AppStore, amazon, etc
Utilities group--settings,speedtest, openfient, files etc
Sounds like a plan. I will be right back!
...1.2 download and around .3 upload...
Even with 4.3.1 and 4.3.2...
What site are you using to do your testing?
I use the app speedtest hd.
Ipads and iPhones suck for speed. Speedtest don't mean anything. It shows it's as fast as my MacBook pro, however it takes 5 times longer to load...
...just getting Edge speed (and thankful for that :). I tried the Speedtest X HD app, but it was working too slowly, so I gave up.
I use Speedtest X HD Thats how i know that I rarely get more than 2 Mb/s. the joys of living in the country.
Sent from my new iPad using iPF
No problems here. My Speedtest results for both my iPad3 and my wife's iPad2 are very consistent with what I see from my laptop, all connected to...