Apple’s iOS 4.3 hits Golden Master; to debut at March 2nd special event?

“One of our Apple sources has just informed us that it looks like Apple has finalized the code for its upcoming iOS 4.3 release,” Jonathan S. Geller reports for BGR.

“We’ll probably see this in the wild next week if we had to bet,” Geller reports.

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Lynn W.” for the heads up.]

12 Comments

  1. I hope it finally fixes the terrible Wifi Reception and drop issues I’ve faced on iPad and iPhone since updating to 4.2.

    Btw, are anyone else’s iTunes Store downloads extremely slow today? Takes 20mins to download a 10mb app (and no, it’s not my Internet connection, I checked). 🙂

      1. Then you better cancel her credit card, because If she’s downloading that much to slow the rest of the world down, she seems to have bought all of the store’s content. 😛

  2. I just hope they fix the highly frustrating iphone4 “cheek mute” problem every user has had, including me. It’s really frustrating to be talking to someone when your cheek accidentally mutes your call. The proximity sensor needs to be desensitized or something.

    1. Try using a Bluetooth headset. It solves every conceivable problem with the proximity sensor. But it brings its own set of problems as the Bluetooth stack in the iPhone 4 seems to be poorly written or the Bluetooth antenna has severe attenuation problems that significantly limit radio transmissions to extremely short distances, something like 6″ when it should be designed to work at distances of up to 4′.

      The iPhone 4 is pathetic in some ways. Badly implemented radios and sensors. Would have been a crock of shit if the other things hadn’t worked so well like FaceTime and retina display.

  3. Hey Jonathan,

    “One of our Apple sources has just informed us”

    You don’t need any sources to figure out with the new iteration of the iPad will come a newer version of the operating system, so that the newer hardware feature set can be used/functional.

    That has happened with the iPod touch in the (recent?) past.

    It is unbelievable how many people think they are uncovering/discovering something exciting with their question, something most everyone has already figure it out without any sources whatsoever.

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