Thanks for the info. I will have to check my ipad in to am to see what version of iOS7 I am running.
Since the upgrade of the iOS, here is how my 260 has worked.
After assigning the 260 in settings under wifi, Capture Pilot will see the IQ260 by serial number just like it did on the older version of iOS6. At first the connection works fine for about about 4 minutes, then eventually it just stops. I have also noticed that it seems to stop if the back times out or when the ipad times out and the screen goes black. If I try to go back and assign the 260 with the manual settings as CI pointed out, most times I still have the IQ260 serial listed above even though it will no longer connect. If I try to connect with the manually setup settings, Capture Pilot will not make the connect, giving me a connection error each time. Right now the only way I can re-establish the connection is power off the ipad off and on, then reopen Capture Pilot. Then the thumbnails are visible and i can view the images again, until the timeout occurs.
Under iOS6, I still had problems, but by most times I could get the connection restored by just powering off the back. Now powering off the back no longer works.
The other thing I noticed today, every so often Capture Pilot will just start the spinning wheel either while trying to load the thumbnails or when making the connection to the back, during this time you can't power off the back, everything gets locked up. When this happens, you either pull the battery in the back or power off the ipad.
I never intended to make this software upgrade on the ipad, on the iphone it's very clear that Apple is asking you to move to iOS7, whereas on the ipad if gave me a message about a critical security software upgrade or something. I did not realize until too late it was upgrading to vr7. Hopefully Phase will get a upgrade to Capture Pilot out sometime soon.
However I am a bit disappointed that Phase One did not consider putting out a notice that it's strongly recommended not moving up to iOS7 on the ipad due to these type of problems. All 260, 280 customers hopefully are registered by warranty but even without that I get almost daily messages from Phase One about various promotions or people using certain features of the camera/software, they could have spent a few minutes and sent out a message about this issue. iOS7 has been in beta for all DEVELOPERS including Phase One for over 4 months now.