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iOS 8.4 has not fixed WiFi problems

Update: It would seem that Apple has not fixed this WiFi issue, as it still seems to be a problem for some of you, which you can see from the comments below.

It seems like we have been talking about the next iOS 8 update for months, and so we are so glad it is finally here, as iOS 8.4 update went live a couple of hours ago. This latest version comes with a host of new features, although it is the fact that Apple promises that it has fixed the persistent WiFi problems that will excite affected users the most.

Not all iOS 8.3 users were affected by the WiFi problems, and so many of you will wonder what we are going on about. It only seemed to affect iPad owners, and has been doing so since iOS 8 was released last September.

iOS 8.4 finally fixes WiFi problems

Has it truly fixed the issue? While we know that iOS 8.4 was meant to finally resolve the WiFi problem, we have yet to hear from users to see if it actually has, so it would be nice if you could let Product-Reviews know by commenting below.

We have yet to hear from anyone in regards to iOS 8.4 going live, although we can already see that some people have been saying the download size is varying. Some people said that it is a 222MB download size, while others say less, although we suspect it depends on what device it is being installed on.

Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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