Today, I flew for the first time with my iPad Mini 2. Yesterday, I had a number of flawless flights with my NVidia Shield Tablet. Today, it worked perfectly for the first 10 minutes, then live video became garbled and went down to 1fps. I tried to fix the problem by: 1. Closing background apps 2. Making sure "hardware acceleration" option was off. 3. Rebooting iPad 4. Turning off controller 5. Turning off Phantom 3 6. Changing locations 7. Changing location of Phantom in the air, spinning around. Nothing worked and the live video feed was almost completely unusable. So, I went in the house and grabbed my Nvidia Shield Tablet and hooked it up. Flawless video (and latency identical to iPad, if not a little better when on high-performance mode, by the way). To pre-emp some follow-up questions: 1. Yes, this is the same area I flew before in (yesterday many times) with no interference 2. Yes, I had clear line of sight (I was 2 feet in front of the Phantom) and I tried it out further where I could see it. 3. Yes, I have the latest firmware installed successfully on both Phantom and controller. 4. Yes, it happens whether I am recording video or not. 5. Yes, it stayed in perfect radio contact with the controller, just the video was garbled. 6. No, I had no additional electronics on me to cause interference. 7. Yes, I love my Phantom. 8. No, I already ate lunch. But, thanks anyway. Thoughts? Let the nail-biting commence. UPDATE: I popped my SIM card out of my iPad (Spring FreedomPop) and all seems to be well again and smooth as butter. That's the only change I made and it now works. Will need to experiment more to see why this is. UPDATE #2: I think it's an overheating issue. I also had removed the iPad from the case and that's what seems to have fixed it.