Apple has rolled out an updated version of iOS 6, which fixes a problem with Wi-Fi connectivity. The iOS 6.0.2 update “fixes a bug that could impact Wi-Fi,” according to Apple’s software update notice. To see if the OTA update has rolled out to your device, tap Settings > General > Software Update. Apple issued a security notice in October for this issue and it is just now being resolved. Some users reported seeing a greyed out dim Wi-Fi or Bluetooth setting. Others saw a missing Wi-Fi or Bluetooth MAC Address or a device that displayed all zeros in Settings > General > About.
In other iOS6 news, it appears that the release of Google Maps for iOS 6 has caused people that refused to update to iOS 6 to have a change of heart. Millions were keeping the iOS 5 that had Google Maps pre-installed. Apple devices upgraded to iOS 6 has spiked 29% after the Google Maps app made a return. It looks like all those holding out can finally upgrade to IOS 6!