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Published on April 16th, 2013 | by Gizmodo

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Some Apple TVs Have Wi-Fi Issues, But You Can Get a Replacement

Apple has admitted that some of its third-generation Apple TVs have Wi-Fi issues—but owners with affected hardware are now able to exchange it for a fully functional replacement. The affected units struggle to locate a Wi-Fi network, are sometimes unable to join a network, and experience dropped or intermittent connections, reports 9to5mac

Some Apple TVs Have Wi-Fi Issues, But You Can Get a ReplacementApple has admitted that some of its third-generation Apple TVs have Wi-Fi issues—but owners with affected hardware are now able to exchange it for a fully functional replacement.

The affected units struggle to locate a Wi-Fi network, are sometimes unable to join a network, and experience dropped or intermittent connections, reports 9to5mac. As Apple explains:

Official retail stores, AppleCare employees, and authorized resellers have all been informed of the problem. If you have an Apple TV with Wi-Fi issues, check the serial numbers of devices with recognised issues below—if you’re affected, go visit Apple and you should probably be able to get a replacement. [9to5mac]

Some Apple TVs Have Wi-Fi Issues, But You Can Get a Replacement

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