Originally Posted by digitalclips
I am baffled why you insult everyone here that is trying to help you. Try to understand your continually changing story keeps referring to a case blocking wifi and as many have tried to explain the material it is made of doesn't. Therefor logic points to another issue. Now you have three all with the same problem. So it is a pretty good guess the problem is not the iPads rather the router. The solution to solving this is simple take all three to a place with a really good 802.11n router such as the Apple Store and test them in and out of their cases.
Of course we are all assuming you are using the Apple case, your report may indicate you were sold a metal case by mistake.
He was not insulting anyone, if you read majority of posts, he actually stated his issue and majority of people called him stupid, hater or other nasty words implying, he was putting down the iPad, which was quite the opposite.
I think you all need to sit back and take a deep breath when reading people's mail and if you trying to help, just help and not call people names because, that person may not understand what is the issue. We all do not know everything and thats why he posted in forum to get help, not to damage Apple's reputation.
He probably got frustrated, which is natural, If you read all previous posts that were not very helpful except 1 or 2 and only wanted to point out, how unknowledgeable AlanM was to knowing WiFi issues.
I suggest AlanM, simple test, take the iPad with case to store and repeat your experiment in front of the Apple customer care, I can assure you that it is not the case, but at least their will fix the issue and show you that it will work fine with case. Of course after you have tried some of the constructive suggestions from this forum.