Apple iPad: Network problems continue at colleges

By Alan Ng - Apr 19, 2010

It has been reported that some colleges in the US are having problems with the Apple iPad in relation to network stability, connectivity issues and concerns over bandwidth usage.

As reported from the WSJ, George Washington University and Princeton University are yet to accept the Apple iPad because of these issues, but confirmed that they are working with Apple at the moment to fix up the problems.

The biggest problem at George Washington University is that their wireless network’s security features don’t support the iPad or iPhone, while Princeton University report that the iPad is causing malfunctions, which could effect the entire school’s computer system.

What are your thoughts on this? Apple has proudly boasted their iPad as an ideal device for Universities and Colleges, but it seems like a few problems keep getting in the way, much like the WiFi signal problems we told you about a few weeks ago.

More over at the WSJ.

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