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
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
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