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What’s new in iOS 6.0.2

19 December 2012 1,532 views One Comment

First and foremost, iOS 6.0.2 isn't for everyone. Specifically, this update is for folks with Apple's latest and greatest, the iPhone 5 and iPad mini…

First and foremost, iOS 6.0.2 isn’t for everyone. Specifically, this update is for folks with Apple’s latest and greatest, the iPhone 5 and iPad mini. Further, this dot-fix only addresses only a single issue, “a bug that could impact Wi-Fi.”

• iOS 6.0.2 Software Update
— Fixes a bug that could impact Wi-Fi
— Requires an iPhone 5 or iPad mini

If you have an iPhone 5 or iPad mini, get iOS 6.0.2 by going to Settings > General > Software Update. Alternately, plug a compatible iThing into your Mac and, if you have iTunes 10.7 or earlier, select it in the left sidebar, click the “Summary” tab and click “Check for Update.”

Lastly, your iPhone or iPad mini has or will automatically prompt you that an update is available, just follow the onscreen directions.

So, bleeding edge Apple fans, does iOS 6.0.2 take care of wi-fi connection/reliability issues?

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