Apple says it is looking into the Verizon iPad 2 issue
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Apple finally acknowledges the 3G issue some Verizon iPad 2 owners have been facing and says it is looking into it on a priority basis. The problem is a rather nagging one - some iPad 2 owners with built-in Verizon 3G have had to reboot their devices to re-enable 3G after turning it off.
Although Apple says the no. of users affected is “small”, it cannot be denied that this is a rather nagging problem having to restart your device every time to turn the 3G reception on.
Early this week, affected users started to flock online forums with this 3G problem when it first came to the company’s attention. People reported this only on Verizon network across all the models. Swtching on and off the Airline mode did not help.
You might remember the iPhone 4 having a reception issue as well when it was first launched which also created havoc across the Apple user base. Having said that, these problems do not seem to stop people from buying Apple stuffs, thanks to the overall superior quality of its products.