The iOS 6 update for iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S users is here! I threw caution to the wind and dove into the upgrade. I found some problems in Apple's new mapping app and experienced a big glitch with my home Wi-Fi. Here's what happened.
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Here's where my troubles began. My home Wi-Fi network name is DirtyFork (some of you might remember the Monty Python skit). My iPhone 4S running iOS 5 and 5.1 never had any trouble with DirtyFork and other devices are working on it without a problem. I re-entered my password, rebooted both the iPhone and my wireless access point, a Netgear device--but no difference.
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