alasta:dacraka: Do you think you could find a 3GS with 4.3 and try it out please (if possible)? Let me know what you find out (If WiFI hotspot works on a 3GS).
On mine the settings menu has an option for 'personal hotspot' and when you switch this on it gives instructions only on how to connect with bluetooth or USB.
I can confirm that my iPad is unable to locate any Wifi network hosted by my iPhone.
So in my case the evidence supports the argument that there is no Wifi hotspot support on the 3GS.
No WIFI Hotspot for 3GS! DOH now to go and eat my own words
iPad Pro 11" + iPhone XS + 2degrees 4tw!
These comments are my own and do not represent the opinions of 2degrees.
ZollyMonsta: Is it just my imagination or is my iPhone 4 battery draining faster under 4.3??
2018 iPad Pro 12.9 Wi-Fi 64GB (Space Grey) | 2018 iPad mini Wi-Fi 64GB (Space Grey) | iPhone 11 Pro Max 64GB (Midnight Green) | 2x HomePod (Space Grey) | 3x Apple TV 4K | Apple Watch Series 4 44mm (Space Grey)
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alasta: I really hope that Apple have fixed the Wifi functionality that they broke with the last major iOS release.
reven: is 4.3 available for the iPad 1, i keep trying to check for updates, but it says my current version (4.2) is the latest.
stuzzo:alasta: I really hope that Apple have fixed the Wifi functionality that they broke with the last major iOS release.
The answer to that, as far as I can tell, appears to be yes. After 4.2 my iPad would take some time to reconnect on Wi-fi after either being off or even longer when on but not in use for a period. It would also lock-up periodically requiring some kind of network reset. This was widely reported on Apple forums.
So far, pages seem to load faster and the described issues appear to be fixed.?