Apple ramps up a new fix for its iOS 6.0.2 platform that affects bug for Wi-Fi. Today the update was released and it targets an un-disclosed Wi-Fi bug residing in newest Apple products – iPad mini & iPhone 5. Users revealed reports for this bug fix and said that the fix did its job, but not all, the Wi-Fi troubles that had been triggered. As a mini description comes along with the update on device screen the update, iOS 6.0.2, “Fixes a bug that could impact Wi-Fi.” On Apple’s website there is no other detailed information for this update. This fix exclusively aims for iPad mini & iPhone 5 users. Owners of these devices earlier reported for issues experienced in over-the-air (OTA) update, where modifications are downloaded and installed without any connections of the device with the desktop or iTunes.
Suspicions are laid on Apple’s update server that is expected to be in some trouble, says an unidentified source that got “HP550c” in a message on Apple’s iPhone support forum in little time after iOS 6.0.2 was turned on. Some owners report that there are many who receives a message of “Unable to check for Update” at the time of going to the Software update. Earlier phase of this update showed mixed results & conclusions. Later on iPhone 5 and iPad mini owners swiftly did the update job without getting any hangs and delays. iPhone 5 and iPad Mini owners can retrieve 6.0.2 over the air by tapping the “Settings” icon, then the “General” tab, and finally get done the “Software Update.”