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Topic # 159803 13-Dec-2014 11:34
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Hi I know this is not very technical but does anyone have problem with "slow browsing" on iphone?

Is it the iphone (have factory reset everything), the Huawei modem or the Spark?

I could go round swapping modems etc but I wont.

OTOH when I turn off wifi and use Skinny 4G it flies. Zoom zoom. ???

PS the laptop browses just fine.

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  Reply # 1196817 13-Dec-2014 12:20
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Throw your iPhone out and buy something that works properly.

..And yes I'm serious - the problems with Apple and WiFi, especially with iOS8 have gone beyond being a laughing matter when you have to support networks. With the literally thousands and thousands of posts out there discussing Apple WiFi issues I'm surprised the internet hasn't become full.






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  Reply # 1196822 13-Dec-2014 12:27
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I'd love to. but it costs money to do that. anyhow, it's on trademe ... but no takers ... YET
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  Reply # 1196824 13-Dec-2014 12:28
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(not mine, my wife's. took it coz my Samsung DIED - well it's so slippery it's been dropped a few times so that not entirely their fault)

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