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  1. cambayrac54
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    My iPad is very slow in opening web pages and sometimes will simply not open them at all - just seems to be stuck "searching". I am not having these problems with my laptop which is much faster using the same wifi.

    All advice welcome..
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    I had trouble at first when I got my iPad 2. My laptop had no problems, but the iPad 2 did. The signal on the laptop was at max while the signal on the iPad 2 was very weak.

    I installed a repeater in the other side of my house, and have had a max signal ever since. Now the iPad 2 is even faster than the laptop.
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    I always wondered about my iPad speed. Here is a picture of my recent speed test. What is yours?



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    To do a screen shot of your iPad Press and Hold the home button wand then press the on/off switch. Check your camera roll for the picture.

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    Seems speeds the same if not my iPad is slightly faster than my MBP, not as fast as zipur though (jealous).


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    I guess I should note that I am in Dallas using Uverse FiOS

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    don't have any speed problems with my ipad2 or mbp,think its about the same on both,i get around 4.50-5.00 mbps.
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    Are you trying to open pages that have Flash content?
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    No, that has proved impossible. I'm simply trying to open, e.g. facebook pages.
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    How do I find out what the speed is?
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    You can measure the 'net' (as opposed to 'gross') speed here...

    Mobile Speed test

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    There is an app in the app store for speed test it nice to know

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    Here's my speed test

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    Using Att Uverse on my iPad 2

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    speedtest.com
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    Why is my Ipad at 4-5 Mbps and My iMac is at 15-16 Mbps??
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    Use speedtest.net
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    Wireless speeds are always a little below the hardwired standards. If you're connected via network cable on your iMac, that would definitely explain it.
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    al wi fi
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    A slow Internet connection could be caused by any number of reasons. It may be connection or traffic problem. To increase your internet speed in ipad use the following tips given below:
    1. Tap Settings > Safari
    2. Tap Clear History > Clear History (Clear on iPad)
    3. Tap Clear Cookies > Clear Cookies (Clear on iPad)
    4. Tap Clear Cache > Clear Cache (Clear on iPad)
    5. Check for System Updates
    6. Reset Network Settings
    7. Clear Browser Cache After, completing this steps, you can check our internet speed whether increase or not

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