iPad Has Problems, Jobs Has Money.

Less than a week after the launch of the Apple iPad, consumers are reporting WiFiconnectivity problems, reports The Christian Science Monitor.

A troubleshooting guide has been created by Apple, reports the Christian Science Monitor. And those who have purchased an iPad are consulting Apple's discussion board hoping another consumer may have found solutions.

One early adopter, batzgam discovered that the dimmer switch affects the iPads ability to auto-connect, but there is still no solution for the inability for some to keep their iPad connected.

Apple sold 450,000 iPads for nearly $500 a piece since Saturday and is expected to release a newer iPad with 3G connectivity and WiFi later this month, reports CNN.

Today Apple unveiled iAd, which will allow for advertising within the apps that are provided on iPhones and iPads, reports Reuters.

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