Less than 24 hours after iOS 6 hit the public, people are flooding the web with things they like and don't like about the new system.
No one tests a new product better than the public, and the public was quick to find a bug when it comes to connecting to a wifi network.
Initially the system gives users a problem when trying to connect to a wifi network. It appears to work, but then quickly drops and brings up a "Log in" screen that takes the user to an Apple page that can't be found.
Here are some things to try to solve this wifi issue:
• Reboot your device with the on/off switch
• Reset network settings (General–>Reset–>Reset Network Settings)
• Select your network and tap “Forget this Network”
• Select your network and tap “Renew Lease”
• Toggle Airplane Mode on/off
• Try restoring and reinstalling iOS 6 in iTunes
A few of us here at NBC Bay Area had this issue, and found Resetting the Network Settings and Renewing the Network Lease, both worked.
There is a thread rolling over at Apple Communities if you're still having issues.
UPDATE: TUAW reports the issue stems from the wifi pinging a page on Apple.com, that was either overwhelmed today, or just plain broken. The issue was reportedly resolved by Wednesday evening.