By Ernie Segura, 19 September, 2012
iOS and iPadOS
Hello all, I wanted to let you know that a friend and I just experienced a major bug with iOS 6 where the Wi-fi is not working. Heres the problem: When I log into my wireless network, It logs in successfully, but then a few seconds later, it takes me to an apple hotspot and it says that the page could not be found, Then the phone switches to 3G and I cannot get on my Wi-fi network. Both my friend and I have a Sprint iPhone 4S. Has anybody experienced this and is there a workaround for this?
Not for me.
I haven't experienced this
have same issue with iPad
WiFi works great for me on the iPhone, however I am having the exact same issue with my iPad 2 32 GB, and not sure how to get around the issue. It seems to work for some devices and not for others.
really? Not for me.
I turned my iPad off and on again, and it still doesn't work.
Thanks. That worked. Awesome!
No problems with Wifi here so far
workaround for the Wifi bug
it was apple's problem
FOUND the fix
OK, I think I found out what it is.
The wifi internal on the IPAD(3) gets confused by the protocols left in memory from the upgrade.
I found the following steps cleared it fully.
For those of you who are experiencing Wifi issues, try the following work around:
Step 1: Go to your home screen.
Step 2: Double tap on settings.
Step 3: Double tap on general.
Step 4: Double tap on the reset button.
Step 5: Double tap on "reset network settings," and then confirm this action.
Now, try connecting to a Wifi connection again.
NO need to put router in only G or B mode, N will work fine after you do these steps.
Apple DOES need to find out what exactly this is and fix it asap.
Actually, I noticed the same