iPhone OS 4.0 Beta 4 Includes Tethering Controls
Apple today made a fourth beta over iPhone OS 4.0 available to developers. Early reports of new features found in the latest beta of the operating system include tethering controls that would allow the iPhone to act as a modem for laptops. Apple added the feature to iPhone OS 3.0, but it has been unavailable to-date from AT&T in the U.S. The inclusion of the tethering controls in this beta OS does not mean that AT&T plans to offer tethering as a service option at any point in the future, even though the company still insists it will eventually offer it. Other features include new wallpapers, and improved call and maps performance.
Apple Releases iOS 9.2 Beta 2 to Public Testers
Apple today made iOS 9.2 beta 2 available to beta testers. The release follows a similar beta made available to developers yesterday.
Apple Releases First Public Beta of iOS 11
Apple today made iOS 11 available to public beta testers. Those interested in testing the unfinished operating system can sign up for the program on Apple's web site.
Apple Releases iOS 10.2 Beta 2
Apple has made iOS 10.2 Beta 2 available to both developers and public beta testers. Apple has not publicly listed the new features in iOS 10.2, but a handful are present in the test build of the operating system.
Apple Releases New iOS, WatchOS Betas
Apple today made a handful of beta operating systems available to developers. To start, the company releases iOS 10.1, which follows last week's public distribution of iOS 10.
funny how a idiot phone is so popular!
windows mobile phones have been able to tether for YEARS!, and you dont need to ask ATT for permission!
Haven't had issues with tethering since I got it.
iPhone OS 4.0