Hey guys, I'm having a bit of a trouble with my iPhone 5. When I got it, it was running iOS 6.0.1 and I had no problems at all. A few weeks later iOS 6.0.2 was released, release notes said: "Fixes wifi-issues". Although I never had wifi-issues I updated to 6.0.2 and my iPhone was all fine. Great wifi, everything was allright. Some weeks later (something like last week) my iPhone started having problems connecting to wifi from one day to another. I didn't change anything, I didn't change the router-position (Airport Extreme), I didn't change channel, SSID, encryption or passphrase and several other (i-)Devices keep working fine. If the distance between router and phone is short enough, It connects and can use it at quite a good speed and stability. But increasing the distance results in a disconnect, although the network is visable at a reasonable quality. Trying to connect to it manually results in a messagebox like "Can't connect to network". I tried restoring the iPhone completely - from a previous backup, which didn't change anything. Since then I'm waiting for the iOS 6.1 update. I heard a lot about 6.0.2 wifi-issues, but what seems strange to me is that wifi became poor overnight. Does anyone have similar issues? I don't want to get my phone replaced for a software-issue.