New Iphone 5 crappy speeds on my wifi?
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Dec 23rd, 2012 4:22 pm
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Yup, this is definately going back. 899+tax for a phone that doesn't work as good as one from 3 generations ago as far as wifi is concerned. Pretty sure its a hardware issue or they would have fixed it by now and updating to 6.02 didn't help. Thanks for your reply.dragon_drift wrote: ↑Dec 23rd, 2012 5:57 pmI returned mine several days ago. The iOS 6.02 update didn't help. My iPhone 4's WiFi signal was excellent while the iphone5 WiFi signal was poor and disconnects every 10mins. Some say it's a hardware defect and to exchange with the Apple store, however, trying to exchange it every time you have a problem is a hassle. For $800+, the quality shouldn't be like this.
Best case scenario is to head on over to Apple store to diagnose it or return it.
I believe its 14days return. Its on their site.
Dec 28th, 2012 12:41 am
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There's a link that I found, but don't have on my phone. Will post when I find it. I assume most people are on data rather than WiFi most of the times so they don't notice the weak WiFi signal.Mike71 wrote: ↑Dec 28th, 2012 12:41 amIs no-one else having this issue? I have searched the interwebs and I can't find a definitive answer of whether this is a hardware issue or something that can be corrected with software updates. Apple appears to be pretty mum on the subject lest they have the next "antennaegate" on their hands. If its software I'll keep it and wait till a fix comes because I really like the phone but if its hardware I will return it while I still can and wait till the 5s or something. What do you guys think?
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