Clear Intros iSpot WiMax Hotspot for Apple Devices
Clear today announced the iSpot, a new WiMax-based mobile hotspot specifically designed for and marketed to Apple's iOS devices, such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. According to Clear, the iSpot connects to its WiMax network and then provides Wi-Fi for up to eight properly equipped Wi-Fi devices. The iSpot using MAC filtering to allow only Apple devices to connect. Other Wi-Fi devices won't be able to use it. Clear says that the iSpot offers average download speeds between 3Mbps and 6Mbps. The iSpot costs $99 and will be available directly from Clear or Clear's authorized retailers starting August 10. Clear also said that new customers may purchase the iSpot August 4 or August 5 for a special introductory price of $29. Service plans for the iSpot start at $25 per month.
Feb 9, 2022
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Apple has revealed the iPhone 15 series, which moves to a USB-C connector and brings several key features from last year's Pro models to the more-affordable standard models. These include the pill-shaped sensor cutout in the display that Apple calls Dynamic Island, a brighter display that can reach 2000 nits, a 48 megapixel main camera, and the A16 Bionic processor chip.
If only it had 3G Backdrop...
If you're an iPhone 2G user it's pretty clever too.
http://www.codeproject.com/KB/applications/MacIdChan ... »
Find an Apple device and copy it's MAC address, problem solved ;)