Now that the iPad 2 has finally been released many of you have managed to get your hands on one. A lot of you will be wondering when they will be able to experience the best out of their device with the new update iOS 4.3. As we already knew that the tablet would not be shipping with it.
Today we are able to bring you news of exactly how you can get the update to enable the much anticipated multitasking gestures allowing for five finger multi-touch features. According to the article by Jacob Schulman at Engadget it is just a few clicks away.
In order to download the update however you will have had to have first downloaded Xcode which can be obtained through the Apple App Store. It is a 4.5GB download. Once you have installed Xcode you can browse the Xcode homescreen where you will find the ‘Use for Development’ button once your iPad 2 is plugged in.
Once this button is clicked you will be prompted by onscreen instructions that are easily followed in order to get the update. More details can be found at Engadget where you can also view a video of the process.
What do you think of this process? Will you get the update? If you have it, what do you think? Let us know in the comments below.
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