If you notice that your Wi-Fi connection gets weaker when you move into a different room in your home, there are a few things you can do to try to improve the connection because your Wi-Fi network should ideally be able to operate well throughout your entire home.

The first thing you can try to do to improve your Wi-Fi connection for your iPad is to move any other wireless devices to places where you don’t use your Wi-Fi as often because these devices can interfere with the signal strength of your router. For example, wireless phones often run on the same frequency as Wi-Fi routers and can decrease the signal strength when they are placed too close to where you need a stronger connection.

Another thing you can do is to place your router in a central location of your home that doesn’t have to work so hard to get through as many walls or other obstructions as if you had it off in the corner of the house. This will allow the signal to flow stronger so you should get a better connection for your iPad.

If relocating wireless devices and your router doesn’t work, you can try to strengthen the connection by using an external antenna. These can be picked up at places such as Best Buy and Radio Shack and will help the router signal to broadcast from a better position. Another tool you could try is a Wi-Fi extender. This device works by logging into your Wi-Fi network and rebroadcasting the signal.

You might also consider replacing your router with a dual band router. This will give you the option of using a 2.4 Ghz or or 5.0 Ghz band. This can help you have a much stronger connection.