iPad Not Connecting to Wi-Fi: Network Problems on iPad Devices
Internet connectivity on gadgets like smart phones and tablets can be enjoyed when Wi-Fi connectivity is utilized. iPad Devices are also provided with this connectivity features so that users can enjoy seamless internet connectivity. But few users have reported that they are facing problems with Wi-Fi on iPad. Few of the users have reported that their iPad device is failing to get connected to internet through Wi-Fi.
For solving this problem of iPad Wi-Fi connections, you have to check whether the iPad settings are favorable for connectivity. In some cases, the settings might have accidentally changed. You have to first check the settings on your iPad and ensure that the option is turned on. Now check whether the Wi-Fi connectivity is proper or not. Sometimes, the problem might arise because of failure in Wi-Fi connectivity or disturbances in the connection. For checking this, you need to see whether the Wi-Fi connectivity is working on other devices or not. If it is working on other devices and not on your iPad, then surely it will be the problem of iPad.
Now, you have to turn off the iPad and turn it on. By restarting the device, the chances of getting connected to the Wi-Fi will be more. If that doesn’t work in your case, you have to restore your iPad’s settings. For this, you have to hold the home key along with sleep or wake key simultaneously.
If you find that your iPad is facing problems in getting connected to one network, try to connect to other network. This will help you to know if your device is failing to connect to a particular network or to all Wi-Fi networks. If you find that your device is failing to connect to a particular network, change the settings in the device such that it will forget that network. Now restart the device and try to reconnect to that network again. Select ‘Forget network’ option in the ‘network name’ in the ‘Settings’ Menu.