iPhone 4S devices witness an unreliable Wi-Fi service
November 24th, 2011 - 09:25 am ET by D. T.
After battery issues, it’s now the Wi-Fi connection which is causing some issues for iPhone 4S smartphone owners.
While some owners of Apple’s latest iPhone 4S smartphone have encountered battery issues which were to be corrected in the recent 5.0.1 update made to the iOS operating system, it appears that Apple still may not have addressed the problem. Along with the battery issue, it now appears that another issue has popped up in online forums.
This time it is the Wi-Fi network connection that is having issues, with, depending on the case, very unstable connections and relatively slow connection speeds.
Users are hoping that an update to the iOS system, stamped 5.0.2 and planned for release very soon will this time resolve the battery problem in addition to the Wi-Fi issues. These issues are starting to wear thin for the users who have paid quite a lot for their device (starting price in Europe is 629 Euros).
It shouldn’t be forgotten that iOS engine 5.1 is already under development. It will bring with it new commands for the Siri voice system, allowing you to take a photo and activate/disable the Wireless network connectivity without having to visit the devices settings.