MB Air and iPad mini communicate poorly among themselves — what to do with it?

Such cases.
Use the iPad as a wi-fi router for the MacBook.
But the MacBook has problems with the recognition of the iPad in the Wi-Fi networks.
When you enable tethering on your tablet, Mac quickly finds it, but if MB close the lid or it will stand long and will go into sleep mode or just rebooting him - he no longer finds the iPad until I turn off and again turn on the hotspot on the tablet, then Mac finds him.

With the iPhone there is no problem - he always easily finds the iPad, even after reboot. However, the communication is sometimes interrupted in places, but this is probably the operator's fault.

How to fix this problem?
Already tired constantly off-enable modem mode on the tablet
July 2nd 19 at 13:14
2 answers
July 2nd 19 at 13:16
> Tired already permanently off-enable modem mode on the tablet
Connect Macbook to iPad wire is the fastest option.
You can also try to connect via Bluetooth (connects much faster, the speed below).
July 2nd 19 at 13:18
I have a MacBook Air (Early 2015) the exact same problem since purchase, just not connect to the iPad and to the iPhone 6. And a friend similarly.

Use the Bluetooth connection.

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