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What went wrong with iOS 6 Wi-Fi (iPod, iPhone, and iPad)

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#1 herg62123


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Posted 20 September 2012 - 06:26 PM

Yesterday was a big day for Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad fans. The latest and greatest version of iOS 6, the operating system for late model Apple devices, was out. Millions of eager users upgraded... and then their Wi-Fi failed. What went wrong?

It was ironic. The update itself went amazingly well for many users. IOS 6 also fixed many security problems. And, most users were very happy with this update. Well, except for the ones that couldn't connect with the Internet. They were none too happy.

Fortunately for them, Apple was able to quick fix the problem.

So what happened? A network configuration blunder? Some glitch in the code itself? Something odd in the IOS 6 default Wi-Fi setting? No, no, and no.

Find out at the link: http://www.zdnet.com/what-went-wrong-with-ios-6-wi-fi-7000004598/
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