Byat Tuesday, March 08, 2011
In the last Apple Media Event, Steve Jobs has announced the release date of iOS 4.3 by March 11, but according to reports from BGR, who claims to get information directly from a source inside Apple, that the company will release iOS 4.3 today 10 AM Pacific time. That's a full three days earlier than its official release date.
One of our sources has just let us know something pretty interesting. There has been a lot of talk surrounding Apple’s personal hotspot feature, specifically it’s capability of only supporting 3 wireless connections (as opposed to 5 like many other devices). Well, we have been told it’s all left to the carrier to decide. If a carrier requests it, five devices will be supported, but by default, it’s three.You can use this link to check your time zone for your country, it's a time table for all countries refers to 10:00 AM Pacific Time.
Oh, and we’ve also been told iOS 4.3 will be available for download publicly at 10AM PT today. Fire up iTunes and get your update trigger-finger ready!
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