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  • cityclinic Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    After downloading i0S 6.0, clear your browser history and do a reset.

     

    Hold the sleep/wake button at the top right of the device and the home button at the bottom center of the face at the same time until the apple logo appears then disappears.

     

    Restart, check your WiFi, choose your network and all should be good to go again.

     

    Worked for us on all iPhones and iPads

  • phantomette1 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    just tried about 3 different methods posted recently including the above and no go......, now I am going to attempt another ipad restore reinstall from itunes and see whats up...normally I would be enjoying a dirty martini right now, watching a great movie while at the same time surfing the net, and checking emails, making sales....... but unfortunetely I cant now....oh my! I guess ill see whats up on the reset and still drink this martini good luck to me and godspeed

     

    I am hoping I wont have to go buy a new router just to make this work, cause I have never had a issue with my netgear wtg624v3

     

    I hope the rumor is true that itll be resolved in 24 hours! and I agree that every upgrade has its prolems but come on thats what beta testing is for

  • phantomette1 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    **** as not wanted the itunes restore did not work, even after clearin safari history, cache, holding buttoms till apple logos appear, and forgetting networks nothing still seems to work, I will go to my neighbors and try a fifferent wifi modem in the mornin and see if that works, the wmm issue could be it as well

     

    just wanna say I appreciate the comments posted hear its important to be heard and experiences to be told, as witness to others to create and work on solutions...keep em coming!

  • Apple fan 13 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Did you try setting H TTP to auto? Go to the wifi settings and tap on the little blue arrow. Then at the bottom tap HTTP to Auto.

  • AjaKat Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Well, I'll tell you one thing, if they don't have it fixed by the time my iPhone 5 is delivered this Friday, I will refuse delivery and send it back!

     

    This disaster is totally unacceptable!  Wonder if fans will still be lining up to grab Apple's official release of the iPhone 5 on Friday?

     

    Apple, can you hear me now?? 

  • phantomette1 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    yeah I did it all man.... auto, manual, channel 11, channel 1-11, open network, secured network, its just a major bug that is really making life suck, I have googled the issues as well and looked at every solution, like I said I will try a different modem tomorrow, either way it goes it spells a not so well thought out update, from the genious minds of apple....if you really look at the technology of whats really out there apple is getting beat by far by android and this is why. I own both android and apple I love them both in certain areas, but I have never seen an issue like this with android, plus android is easier to hack, apple not as free to work with on a jail break, solutions are easier to resolve on android as opposed to apple, but I have faith apple is working on it....lets see how long it takes

  • AjaKat Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I think I would feel better if I had a dirty martini in hand!  

     

    My brain has been totally fried since last Wednesday.  Everyone, including myself, has gotten all worked up over iPhone 5 and iOS 6, etc., and this fiasco is insane.

     

    Yes, let's hope that all is fixed and well in less than 24 hours.  Otherwise, I will most likely defect to the Samsung Galaxy 3!  I had the Galaxy Note for a brief while and loved it, other than the fact that it was way too large for my hands to grasp.

     

    I wish you the best in resolving everything!

     

    For now, I am holding off updating any of my devices.

  • AMC1976 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    This simple step actually solved the wifi issue on my iPad 3, after upgrading to IOS 6 via WiFi.

     

    Thanks dude!

     

    AMC

    Apple fan 13 wrote:

     

    Did you try setting H TTP to auto? Go to the wifi settings and tap on the little blue arrow. Then at the bottom tap HTTP to Auto.

  • phantomette1 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Wow i just saw the new galaxy s commercial clowning the people in line for the new iphone.....hilarious! Apple needs to catch up....the look of the iphone software has been the same since iphone began, you would think five gens later the software would be 20 years ahead of the competition......i mean apple has been around how long now lol....corporate world and money can suck sometimes, apple makes so much money why cant tbey give there customers what they pay for........at least some companies are doing it right

     

    If im ranting blame it on the dirty martinis......lol :)

    Ill let you know whats up on the router issue tomorrow

  • christian2905 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm experiencing same issue here. Ipad3 - Router: wgt624v3, I tried every configuration, several resets - no solution yet. Everytime I try to connect to the router the connection fails. Since there is no QOS - WMM (Wireless Mulitmedia) setting on wgt624v3, i couldn't try to switch that on, which seem to help several people on ios6beta.

  • pjordan Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Same issue.

     

    Router: Netgear WGT624v3, running 2.0.26 firmware

     

    Ipad 3 (AT&T 64GB 4G/Wifi)

     

    I've tried all the resets, etc. and no joy.

  • AjaKat Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm actually watching a 43-minute YouTube video on the Samsung Galaxy S3 and I am having flashbacks of the Galaxy Note.  I am seriously thinking of scrapping the iPhone 5 and getting the S3 instead.

     

    I agree with you, Apple hasn't really changed all that much over time.  I passed on the iPhone 4S last year, waited patiently for the iPhone 5, and I really think I am going to be disappointed with it.  I am tired of having Facebook shoved down my throat (although I understand this is an option in iOS 6), and I despise Yelp, so I would have no use for it with regard to Siri and Open Table, or anything else for that matter.  Finally, doing away with Google Maps and introducing Apple Maps is going to be nasty.  Apple partnered with TomTom, who is notorious for having a less than desirable mapping system.  The more I look at the new features offered in iOS 6, the more I realize I am not even excited about them anymore.  I don't think they will be of much use to me.

     

    Yeah, that's right, keep rubbing those dirty martinis in my face...lol!  All I got is some bottled water over here...my bad! 

     

    Looking forward to seeing how everything works out.  Keep us posted!

  • Redhead1979 Level 1 Level 1 (15 points)

    I found an easy fix that worked for alot of people. In Settings go to General then scoll to the bottom and select Reset. A list of Resets will be shown. Select Reset Network Settings. Your phone will restart and then just go into settings and turn on WiFi and select your Router. That should work.

  • Semaj2k3 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    This iOS 6 wifi problem is affecting at least the iPhone 4, 4s, and iPad 3rd gen... The wifi appears to stay on, however, no data passes... If you turn your wifi off, wait a sec or two, turn it back on, the problem appears to be resolved until you have passed a set amount of data... Once that threshold is reached, the wifi stops passing again... It will stay that way until you turn the wifi off and back on or reboot the phone or just by letting it sit untouched long enough for the wifi to turn itself off... You'll know when you pick it up and hit a button... The 3G/4g indicator switches back to wifi... It all works again until the threshold is reached... This is very weird... If you use speed test.net app and run it two or three times, it will pass enough data to shut the wifi down... You can even watch any streaming video (3-5 mins) of something that pulls a lot of data other than browsing safari of mail downloads... It's very easy to recreate the issue, we just need a resolution very fast...

     

    C'mon Apple....!!!

  • Semaj2k3 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    This iOS 6 wifi problem is affecting at least the iPhone 4, 4s, and iPad 3rd gen... The wifi appears to stay on, however, no data passes... If you turn your wifi off, wait a sec or two, turn it back on, the problem appears to be resolved until you have passed a set amount of data... Once that threshold is reached, the wifi stops passing again... It will stay that way until you turn the wifi off and back on or reboot the phone or just by letting it sit untouched long enough for the wifi to turn itself off... You'll know when you pick it up and hit a button... The 3G/4g indicator switches back to wifi... It all works again until the threshold is reached... This is very weird... If you use speed test.net app and run it two or three times, it will pass enough data to shut the wifi down... You can even watch any streaming video (3-5 mins) of something that pulls a lot of data other than browsing safari of mail downloads... It's very easy to recreate the issue, we just need a resolution very fast...

     

    C'mon Apple....!!!

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