First, there were reports that the mapping software was less than adequate as compared to Google maps lacking, transit maps, street view and extensive traffic data. Rural areas have less detailed maps than urban areas. There are reports that some towns in the U.K. are missing.
This new version removed Google Maps and replaced it with Apple's own mapping program.
Google's Jeff Huber confirmed in a comment on a Google+ post that Google would be releasing its own mapping app for iOS.
Today there were reports of Wi-Fi meltdowns. Apple's support site has many customers complaining that after updating their iPhone 4/4S and new iPad to iOS 6, they can no longer access Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi icon is gray and the device can't access the local Wi-Fi netowrk.
One forum member wrote,
"I can confirm these issues also. I have had three users (including myself) update to iOS 6 today and each was unable to join any of our wireless networks after update. The iOS devices in my case were 2 iPhone 4S phones and 1 iPad 3. After this was first reported by the iPad user, I performed an update on my 4S to confirm the issue was not localized to his iPad. I was connected before update (obviously, since i was able to update) but unable after updating. We have attempted the following to remedy the issue:
- Multiple reboots of iOS devices
- Multiple reboots of WAP
- Changing WAP channel
- Changing WAP from multi-band to single band
- Adding an unsecured security channel.
Nothing has solved this issue. Additionally, one user with a iPhone 4 has also updated but did not experience the same issue. "
Some have reported that turning Cellular data ff and then connect to Wi-Fi then turn Cellular Data back on, has helped.
Another glitch has to do with the Passbook app that has problems connection to the App Store.