I\u2019ll spare you another rant about Apple\u2019s Maps app, which replaced Google Maps on iDevices and seemingly infuriated just about everyone.\n\tIn fact, you won\u2019t be seeing a review of Apple Maps from me for at least three weeks, if you see one at all. Why? Because my iPhone 4 doesn\u2019t support the app's spoken turn-by-turn navigation, which I\u2019ve already complained about (see \u201c3 Things to Love about iOS 6\u2014and 2 to Hate\u201d). And apparently the iPhone 5 I ordered won\u2019t arrive for another three weeks.\n\tSo let\u2019s move on to a few more things in iOS 6 that are worthy of love, hate, and a big fat meh. First up, the bad stuff.\n\tHate: Lots of iOS Bugs\n\tLast week, I attempted to connect my iDevice with iOS 6 to a Wi-Fi network at a caf\u00e9 I frequent. Rather than getting online, I was stalled by an odd Apple.com Web page. Turns out, iOS checks an Apple Web page to ensure that a given Wi-Fi network doesn't require a login. And for some reason, that page was down. The issue has since been fixed. But I never had this problem in the past.\n\tLots of iOS 6 users continue to experience Wi-Fi headaches. Some users say the Wi-Fi option is grayed out on their devices, so they can\u2019t use Wi-Fi at all. As of this moment, there are 93 pages on Apple\u2019s Discussion Forums about the disabled Wi-Fi issue.\u00a0\n\tMy CIO.com blogging colleague Tom Kaneshige experienced iOS 6 roadblocks, too. After upgrading to iOS 6 on his iPad, he spent several hours trying to resolve a problem downloading apps. Tom discovered he wasn\u2019t alone. Read his \u201ciOS 6 Breaks My iPad\u201d for the details.\n\tUnfortunately, there\u2019s no Apple-sanctioned way to downgrade to iOS 5.1.1 either, according to TechRepublic. So you need to simply deal with the issues until they're resolved, return your new iDevice\u2014or jailbreak it.\n\tMeh: Not Impressed by Passbook.\n\tPassbook is Apple\u2019s new app that puts your airline boarding passes, retail coupons, concert and movie tickets, and loyalty cards in one place. Because Passbook is new, not many apps in Apple\u2019s App Store support it\u2014and yet, Apple announced Passbook back in June. Seems like that would have given Apple plenty of time to line up a lot of partners. As of this writing, however, there are only 11, with Starbucks supposedly coming on board this weekend. (Here\u2019s an iTunes Store link to Passbook apps.) Time will tell how great or not-so-great Passbook will be, but for now, it gets the meh treatment.\n\tLove: App Store Doesn\u2019t Kick You Out During Downloads\n\tApparently, Apple once believed that when users downloaded an app from the App Store, they wanted to be immediately ejected from the store. Apple must have thought users were dying to see the new app\u2019s icon on their screens so they could watch the download progress bar. But with iOS 6, Apple figured out that people might actually want to stick around in the App Store after downloading something. Come to think of it, that\u2019s not such a bad idea for Apple, either, given that the company gets 30 percent of App Store sales.\n\tLove: Email VIP Alerts\n\tWhen I receive mail from a select group of people, I want to read those messages ASAP, and iOS 6\u2019s new VIP feature in mail makes doing so very easy\u2014after some setup.\n\tTo start a VIP list, you must first open the Mail app. Then, find an email from, say, your spouse. Tap on your ball-and-chain\u2019s name in the "From" field of the email, and a box pops up to show you that person\u2019s contact info, with an option to "Add to VIP." After you start your list, go to Settings > Notifications. Make sure the Mail app is in your Notification Center. If it isn\u2019t, turn on notifications in the Mail app\u2019s settings. Then, in Mail\u2019s Notifications options, you can choose the alert style, if you want a "new mail" sound to play, and so on.\n\tNow it\u2019s your turn. What features of iOS 6 incite your feelings of love, hate, and plain old meh? Let me know in the comments below.