Apple addresses another Wi-Fi bug with iOS 6.0.2 update

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Apple has released another minor OS update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users aimed at fixing unnamed Wi-Fi issues. The 6.0.2 update began to appear in iTunes on Tuesday with no other description besides "Fixes a bug that could impact Wi-Fi," leading to speculation that the fix addresses an issue that caused some iPhones to drop their Wi-Fi connections and use cellular data more often.

The bug has been noted by iPhone users since the iPhone 5 arrived in September. Verizon later said that users wouldn't be charged for LTE or 3G data usage that was racked up due to the apparent Wi-Fi bug; AT&T users also reported they were seeing vastly increased data usage as well.