Last year, iTether hit the App Store and was promptly pulled when Apple discovered it let customers share their phone's mobile broadband connection without paying for a carrier tethering plan. After a few months of inactivity, Tether is now back as an HTML5 app. The new HTML5 version of Tether creates a wireless connection using an ad-hoc network. This avoids any App Store issues and lets you connect your laptop to an iPhone with a mobile broadband connection.
A new iOS application allows users to tether their Mac or PC to an iPhone 3G data connection without paying a carrier for the ability, though how long the questionable software will be available in the App Store remains to be seen. Read Post
We told you about iTether last night, a new app in the App Store that let anyone have unlimited tethering from their iPhone’s 3G connection for a one-time purchase of $15. We were all amazed that iTether made it past Apple’s stringe... Read Post
An App Store app called iTether got a lot of attention a few months ago for allowing free 3G tethering from any iPhone. Despite the fact that carriers don’t officially support such activity apart from their exuberant data plans, App... Read Post