- Mar 31, 2011
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In the house, we have 2 iPads and an iPhone, but I'm the only user whose iPad is a third arm. We do have cordless phones, though, and I've wondered about that. When I first got the iPad, I had no connectivity problems, at least I didn't notice them. Here's a stab in the dark, though: my boyfriend charges his iPhone in the room next to the family room, so it's in close proximity to my iPad. He's been complaining that his iPhone barely holds a charge for the day. I don't have an iPhone, but my phone eats through the battery if I keep the gps enabled. Could it possibly be a conflict with his phone if he has a location setting set to always on? Any suggestions you may have would be appreciated. Change position of the wi-fi? Change iPhone settings? Don't know what I can do about the cordless phones. HELP!