According to bgr Apple will release iOS 4.3.1 withing one to two weeks from now. It includes some minor bug fixes, which you can check out after the break. » iOS 4.3.1 Will Be Available Within One to Two Weeks?
Just a quick note that Apple just released iOS 4.3 GM for “developers only”. The full release will come on March 11th and if anything really interesting comes up, we will let you know you.
The world’s most advanced mobile operating system just keeps getting better. The free iOS 4.3 Software Update comes with new features that let you do even more with your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. One new cool feature in iOS 4.3 for the iPad 2 is the option to customize the switch on the side of your iPad to lock the screen rotation or mute the volume. So you can lock your iPad display in landscape or portrait. Or quickly go from volume on to volume off. Just configure the side switch in Settings to toggle between your options. » The iOS 4.3 Software Update Is Coming Soon!
This is just a quick note to tell you that Apple dropped iOS 4.3 Beta 3 for developers. We don’t know what is new in Beta 3, but if there are interesting new features, we will inform you as soon as possible.
Apple just released iOS 4.3 Beta 2 and it looks like they removed the New Multitasking Gestures “which is four and five finger multi-touch support for the iPad”. Why Apple removed this we don’t know, but it looks like it will not be included in the final release. If new features come up we will inform you about it as soon as possible. » Apple Released iOS 4.3 Beta 2!
Apple released an iOS 4.3 beta 1 changelog with all the iOS 4.3 details, to show us all the new features and fixes in this latest firmware update. Its pretty rare for these kind of documents to be revealed to the public, so hit the break for the full changelog. » Apple Revealed iOS 4.3 Changelog
Gizmodo discovered a new feature in the iOS 4.3 beta 1 which enables Four and five finger multi-touch support for the iPad. In the movie above you can see it in action. “Each of the new gestures can be done with either four or five fingers—your choice—and they all work smoothly. A pinch brings you to the Home Screen, a swipe up or down reveals and hides the multitasking bar, and swipes left or right allow you to switch between apps.”. » New Multitasking Gestures On iPad iOS 4.3