iOS 6.0.2 update

raqball

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Got the update today and I am noticing better WiFi strength and performance on my iPad mini..
 

efuseakay

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Just updated my 5. Still not showing for the iPad. I'm surprised more Europe aren't talking about this here. lol

Too soon to notice any differences yet.
 

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Still mediocre wifi for me. I'm still getting about 1/2 the speed I got with my iPhone 4 on my home network.
 

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Just updated my 5. Still not showing for the iPad. I'm surprised more Europe aren't talking about this here. lol

Too soon to notice any differences yet.
Europe = people, right?
 

Booyow1204

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Just finished updating my iPhone 5 a few hrs ago. Signal strength is still the same, I've always had strong signal in my area. I am noticing a boost in performance now though.
 

Jim B

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The update is not showing on my iPhone 4 ;(

I'm getting "iOS 6.0.1 - You Software is up to date"

This is OTA. Might wait a couple of hours and connect the phone to iTunes.

*Edit*

Just read the update is not for the iPhone 4, d'oh!


Sent from my iPhone using iCafe app
 

Zanthe

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What's this update "suppose" to accomplish?
 

Zanthe

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I just checked and I'm not being offered 6.0.2 only 6.0.1.

Do I need to upgrade incrementally? :confused:
 

Zanthe

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A significant number of folks have WiFi connection issues; connects and disconnects, drops off WiFi constantly, etc. I have a friend with this problem and I'm anxious to see if this finally resolves it.
I've read some reviews from people who have upgraded and noticed no difference in their WiFi connectivity. Not saying that is accurate it is just what 'some' people are saying. Again... :confused:
 

Santa

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I've read some reviews from people who have upgraded and noticed no difference in their WiFi connectivity. Not saying that is accurate it is just what 'some' people are saying. Again... :confused:
My wifi is significantly worse with my 5 that with my 4. Same home network.

6.0.1 made it a little better. Sadly 6.0.2 seems to have made no difference to me.
 

iByron

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I been fortunate I guess got update via ota and never had wifi issues in 6.0.1, good luck to all though
 

raqball

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My iPad mini was having intermittent disconnects from WiFi even though the signal strength was strong.

So far since updating, I have not had the issue.
 

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I been fortunate I guess got update via ota and never had wifi issues in 6.0.1, good luck to all though
I think it definitely depends on the home network. Which an OTA update can't really fix, I never had an issue either so there was nothing to "fix"
 

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It is only for the 5 and the mini as far as I've seen.
 

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I had the issue with iPhone 5 and IOS 6. If I went out on my deck, where I used to be able to stay connected to wifi, it would slowly disappear and would switch to 4G, thus taking forever to actually connect to anything. Since this update I can now stay connected to my wifi on the deck. So there has been some improvement.
 

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I was unable to visit the website by tapping on the link provided under Settings > General > Software Update (see below). Was that a malfunctioning hyperlink or was Apple expecting us to copy and paste the URL into Safari?
 

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