I moved to the GM release this morning and when my phone came up it could not connect to my home network. I did the following: - Updated phone to iOS 6 from 5.1.1 - I thought maybe the network settings were messed up so I "forgot" the network and tried again, no luck. - Reset all network settings, no luck. - Full restore of iOS 6 and setup as a new phone (no data/apps/etc restored), no luck. - Removed all encryption on my access point, no luck. So I then setup a spare access point I had and the iPhone connected right away (even with the same SSID and encryption as my normal home access point). This points to the access point being the problem. It is not an encryption thing, because it can connect to open, WEP, and WPA2 on my spare access point no prob. It can even connect to my Mini that is performing Internet Sharing no prob. Just not my home access point. The problematic access point is a Netgear WG102 and before iOS 6 now my iPhone 4S worked great on it. I also have an old 2gen iPod Touch, 1st gen iPad, Macbook Air, Mini etc, etc, etc on the access point with no prob. It's just my iPhone and iOS 6 that can't connect to it. The access point is running the latest firmware and I also reset it back to factory, no luck. I also changed every setting within the access point (RTS threshold, Frag length, Beacon Interval, DTIM interval, WMM, etc, etc) with no luck. I even matched them to my spare access point that works. I haven't left the house to try out other wireless networks to see if the phone has a hard time connecting to them or if it's just my Netgear WG102 that is the problem. Any thoughts?