iOS 4.3 Will Bring Personal Hotspot to GSM iPhones?

iOS 4.3 Will Bring Personal Hotspot to GSM iPhones?

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An upcoming release of iOS 4.3 will reportedly bring the Personal Hotspot feature to GSM iPhones.

The new mobile hotspot feature that ships with the Verizon iPhone lets your phone create a wireless network and share its Internet connection with up to five devices.

Currently the Verizon iPhone is running iOS 4.2.5; however, both iPhoneHellas and iPhoneclub.nl report that the feature will come to existing iPhones via an iOS 4.3 update.

The iPhone 4 CDMA, such as information from the American media, comes with iOS 4.2.5 but according to reliable information, the feature will be added to "our" iPhone 4 in the upcoming iOS 4.3. [iPhoneHellas]

We received this information from a reliable source within the local telecommunications industry, our 100% correct information previously unannounced firmware versions provided. Bij de volgende grote iOS-update (4.3) komt de functie beschikbaar, op voorwaarde dat je operator tethering ondersteunt. At the next major update IOS (4.3), the feature, provided that your operator supports tethering. [iPhoneclub.nl]

No word yet on when this update may become available...

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iOS 4.3 Will Bring Personal Hotspot to GSM iPhones?

soymilk - January 12, 2011 at 8:17am
for gsm or cdma? gsm is att not verizon?
Nick - January 12, 2011 at 10:16am
CDMA is Verizon and GSM is AT&T. The Verizon iPhone is definitely coming out with Wi-Fi hotspot tethering for up to 5 devices, people are guessing that the 4.3 firmware will also enable it on all the other iPhones (which are GSM based on AT&T\'s network).
Alex - January 11, 2011 at 11:33pm
\"I guess this means the current untethered jailbreaks for iOS 4.2.1 will be postponed yet again in wait for iOS 4.3\"; I wouldn\'t be surprised if this were the case.
Nick - January 12, 2011 at 10:17am
I hope this isn\'t the case, I\'m still on firmware 4.0.1 and I\'ve been waiting for the 4.2.1 jailbreak for quite some time. I\'m getting tired of these bluetooth problems and the proximity sensor issues as well.
Mr Chucks - January 11, 2011 at 5:40pm
MyWi 4.0 already does this. NO extra tethering charges. $20 one time charge.
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