Tag Archives: iOS 4
One of the little gems found in this weeks GM seed of iOS 4.3 and iTunes 10.2 is the ability to share your entire iTunes library to any iOS device on your local network. This is a welcome feature indeed, but how does it work and how does it perform? Carry on reading to find out.…Read More
iOS 4.2 introduced some new text tones for the iPhone 4, but these were met mostly with disappointment from users because most of them were simply too lengthy or too over-dramatic to be appropriate for a text message. Luckily, Apple appear to have seen the light and have shortened them – but some have been done with more care than others. Keep reading for a video where you can hear them for yourself.…Read More
Hot on the heels of yesterday’s announcement that iOS 4.3 would be released March 11, the GM (Gold Master) final release has been seeded to devs today. Paid-up devs know where to go so start your engines… the rest of you will have to be patient or go looking in shady corners of the internet. Enjoy!…Read More
One of our Apple sources has just informed us that it looks like Apple has finalized the code for its upcoming iOS 4.3 release. The build, we’re told, is 8F190 for those keeping track. Maybe we’ll see this release unify the Verizon iPhone OS-wise as well? We’ll probably see this in the wild next week if we had to bet…Read More
Ever since the start of the App store, developers have wanted a way to charge users for content using a subscription-based system. As this hasn’t been available, devs have had to make do with “In-App-Purchases” and charge users a one-off fee for additional content. That is until today. Keep reading for more.…Read More
As you may or may not have read, iOS 4.3 comes with a new feature called “Personal Hotspot” which, simply put, creates a personal wi-fi hotspot for you to use anywhere you have your iPhone. It also replaces/updates the Tethering option. ‘Tethering” is no longer available per se, instead it now all comes under the one umbrella.
The question is, is it any good? The short answer is “Yes”, medium answer, “Yes, it is awesome” but keep reading for the long version, my reasons why and the downlow on what you need to do to get it working.…Read More