Still on the fence when it comes to the AT&T and Verizon debates? This time around, a glaring issue with the Verizon edition of the iPad 2 may give users another reason to go the AT&T route.
According to reports, Apple has admitted that a “small number” of Verizon iPad 2 users are having connectivity problems. This became apparent when the Apple message boards became overloaded with complaints of users being unable to connect to Verizon’s 3G network.
Apple noted that they were in the process of investigating the matter and, in typical fashion, did not say much more than that. Apple was also unsure of how many Verizon compatible iPads may be affected with the glaring problem. Verizon offered no comment on the matter.
The issue seem to initiate after people turn the device’s connection off. When users try to turn connectivity back on, they are unable to successfully connect to the Verizon network.
If the issue becomes a widespread problem for Verizon users, it could potentially become more fodder for AT&T commercials — the two cellular giants have been exchanging blows to each other for years now.