Apple has just released iOS6 and it didn’t take long for people to start reporting that their iPhone and iPads could no longer surf the internet over WiFi. So the common complaint is that after the update the wi-fi can’t stay connected on the device and Safari kicks users to the page below.
A MacRumors forum user suggest this, which seems to have fixed a few broken iOS 6 wi-fi issues:
Settings>Wi-Fi>(“Your Network”)> [the blue circle arrow icon]
Scroll to bottom of screen and set HTTP Proxy to Auto
Did it work for you? Are you having any other iOS6 issues?
The page was soon brought back up, presumably by Apple, thereby restoring Wi-Fi connectivity for iOS 6 and perhaps for other iOS versions.