** Update 10.29.12 ** I’ve been covering the iOS 6 WiFi problem from day 1 (actually from the first hour iOS 6 was released) – I don’t profess to know everything, but I’ve found (and a lot of the readers that have communicated with me have also found) that more than likely one of the fixes I’ve written about below will resolve your WiFi connectivity issue. If not, then it’s possible your WiFi problem is outside the scope of iOS 6.
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** UPDATE 10.11.12 **
Here’s a 100% confirmed fix for iOS 6 WiFi connection problems on your iPhone & iPad (also a video “how to”) >>http://wp.me/p10Eoa-2hA
I’ve written about this problem since… let me see… oh yeah, since about 2 hours after iOS 6 was released on Saturday.
I’ve been helping people left and right, and unfortunately I’ve only been able to successfully resolve a handful of the iOS 6 WiFi problems.
That would be the one where, after you update to iOS 6 your WiFi no longer works on your iPhone or iPad.
Well, after documenting two previous methods for fixing the problem, which didn’t work all the time, I’ve come across a third method that is starting to actually work.
If you’d like to read about the two previous methods, then click here.
So here’s a new, and perhaps a final, fix to the iOS 6 WiFi problems. If you’ve upgrade to iOS 6 and WiFi on your iPad or iPhone aren’t working, then try this.
Another Fix for iOS 6 WiFi Problems: Clear Cookies & Cache in Safari Browser
#1: Click “Settings” on the home page of your iPhone or iPad
#2: Scroll down and tap on “Safari”
#3: You’ll now be looking at the settings of your Safari browser > go down to the “Clear History” and “Clear Cookies and Data” section and tap on both of those settings to clear everything out (one at a time please!).
Now turn your iPhone or iPad off completely to reboot, and when it comes back on let me know if this worked for you.
Don’t forget to check out the other two methods as well. Just know that none of these have worked 100% of the time everyone.
Perhaps do all 3 > reboot > and just maybe…
Let me know in the comments if this fixes your iOS 6 WiFi problems.
In the meantime, I’m continuing my quest to find an ultimate fix for ya’ll!