Originally Posted by Mazda 3s
I hope this resolves the WiFi problems I'm having on my 15" rMBP. Several times a day when I'm working, I'lll loose all internet activity to my router even though the WiFi "fan" icon is still solid black. I then have to disable my WiFi, then reenable it and it works again (until it dies a few hours later).
We're using a current-generation Time Capsule as a router. We periodically lose our internet connection for a minute or two. Access to other device on the LAN continues to work so we can still copy files, etc., but no browser action. The lights on the modem indicate there SHOULD be internet, but one of us won't be able to open a web page. Our ISP reports 100% uptime on our modem with no dropouts whatsoever.
The weird part is that it's computer-specific. My wife's machine will lose internet access while mine is fine and vice-versa. Occasionally both will drop at the same time, but usually it's just one or the other.
It's rare that we have to disable/re-enable WiFi to get it back though. Usually it comes back "magically" after a minute or two.
Originally Posted by Vorsos
This update supposedly fixes iMessages being out of order. Will believe when seen.
Has Apple ever released a piece of software screwier than Messages? Gad, what a clusterfook. The problems with Maps positively PALE in comparison to how comically bad that app is. Damn shame, too, because I really really really want it to work! I HATE typing on that tiny little iPhone screen when I have a full-size keyboard and screen right in front of me.
If this update really does anything to improve the state of the Messages app I will be very happy. At this point, "less broken" would be welcome!