Apple iOS 4.3 Won’t Support iPod Touch 2G and iPhone 3G

Apple iOS 4.3 Won’t Support iPod Touch 2G and iPhone 3G

Apple updated iTunes recently with version 10.2, bringing support for iOS 4.3 and some improvements on features like Home Sharing which allows iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users to stream and transfer multimedia files in a local network.

While iOS 4.3 is set to be released comes March 11th, the day iPad 2 will launch in the US; the latest version of the firmware won’t bring any love at least to devices earlier than the iPhone 3G and iPod Touch 2G. That means, iOS 4.3 will only support iDevices which include iPhone 3GS, the GSM-based iPhone 4, iPod Touch 3G, iPod Touch 4G, the first-gen iPad, and the iPad 2.

iOS 4.3 is also expected to bring enhancements to Airplay, a feature which allows iPad, iPod Touch, and iPhone users to play contents on Apple TV; a faster Safari browser; capability to customize iPad Side Switch either as screen rotation lock or for muting the volume; and of course – iOS 4.3 will bring the Personal Hotspot feature for iPhone 4 users.

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