Are Apple employees being told to “play dumb” when it comes to this iOS 6 WiFi problem?
Several readers here at Tablet Crunch are telling me that when they go into an Apple store to get help on their WiFi problems, after updating their iPhone or iPad to iOS 6, they say that the Apple employees are acting surprised to hear they are even having a problem with their devices.
And in some cases, the Apple employees are being down right rude to the customer for coming into the Apple store with the problem in the first place.
So what’s up with these Apple employees? And do you think Apple is purposefully playing “dumb” about the whole iOS 6 WiFi problem?
It’s been two weeks now since iOS 6 was released and the problems people have been experiencing have been far more severe than just Apple’s debacle with maps.
When it comes to the Apple map apps, people can always turn to alternatives. The problems that people are most upset about are the ones that have been plaguing their devices and effecting the usability of their iPhone and iPad.
I’ve been covering the problems associated with the iOS 6 update since literally hours after its release and the biggest problem that I’ve seen users complaining about is the Wi-Fi connectivity problems with iOS 6.
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Basically, when someone updates their iPhone or iPad to iOS 6, all of sudden they aren’t able to connect to their Wi Fi network.
I don’t want to get into the details of “how to” here in this article because I’d like to talk about the issue of Apple and their response to tthe iOS 6 WiFi problems.
As I mentioned at the beginning, iPhone & iPad users who have upgraded to iOS 6 and start experiencing WiFi problems have walked into Apple stores only be given a cold shoulder, and talked to like they are an anomaly with their WiFi iOS 6 issues.
So what do you think about Apple and their response to the iOS 6 problems, specifically the WiFi problems users are having after upgrading to iOS 6?
Do you think Apple would tell their employees to “play dumb” when it comes to the iOS 6 WiFi issues?