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# 78564 4-Mar-2011 09:21
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Was it just me that noticed this, or can someone confirm that:

now when I am at home, using an ios 4.3 device I can play on my iphone/aipad any of my itunes library over wifi (videos, music podcasts etc).

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  # 445403 4-Mar-2011 09:22
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Correct.



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  # 445405 4-Mar-2011 09:25
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Excellent, I suppose the only question left is the container and bitrate for the files

ie. any and any or arbitrarily (or hardware acceleration) limited per usual.

I currently use buzz player, and it will play anything I throw at it over wifi.

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  # 445604 4-Mar-2011 17:55
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jonherries: Was it just me that noticed this, or can someone confirm that:

now when I am at home, using an ios 4.3 device I can play on my iphone/aipad any of my itunes library over wifi (videos, music podcasts etc).

Jon


It's the new iTunes Home Sharing feature which is only found in iOS 4.3. 




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  # 445719 5-Mar-2011 07:37
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If you're using iOS 4.3 you must be a registered dev. The least you could do is read the release notes!

EDIT: This is in response to the OP. Forgot to hit quote.

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