If you are not already aware, Apple users can now download iOS 4.3 which has come 2 days earlier than the original projected date of March 11. With the new update, you are treated to a host of new features and improvements from 4.2. Let’s just hope that there is not a countless list of iOS 4.3 problems.
Also See: Office Depot iOS app gains 4.9.1 update
So what is included in the update you say? As we detailed previously, one of the heavy hitters of 4.3 will be the added Wi-Fi HotSpot functionality.
This is pleasing news for iPhone owners who did not get their iPhone with from Verizon, the Verizon iPhone launched with this feature, but up until now AT&T customers have been waiting. To use this feature though, you must be signed up to the corresponding data plan that supports it. You can view more information on a previous article here.
Alongside the addition of HotSpots, we also get a bundle of AirPlay updates and features, a new version of Safari web browser, and a selection of minor updates which include the ability to customize how the side switch on your iPad behaves.
The new version of Safari comes with new updates, which Apple say will make the browser run twice as quick as the previous version.
iTunes Home Sharing also received the update treatment with the ability to now connect to home Wi-Fi networks and stream countless content from iOS devices to other multimedia outlets such as televisions, speakers and other devices.
Have you installed iOS 4.3? If so, did it goe smoothly or are you experiencing problems?