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iPhone OS 4.0 beta 4 brings AT&T tethering support

Published May 18th, 2010 10:14PM EDT

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Uh oh, it looks like AT&T’s cell towers are about to be brought offline — though, one could argue they’re almost always offline — MacRumors is reporting that there is an option to set up tethering for AT&T users in the latest iPhone OS beta just released this evening. Though this could be a good sign, Engadget’s reports on AT&T’s comments on iPhone tethering a few weeks back don’t seem to set the mood so friendly. Let us know if you can get it going, will you?

Read [MacRumors] Read [Engadget]

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