iOS 4.3 Release Date Speculation: Will it fix 4.2 problems?

The new iOS 4.2.1 aka 4.2 was released two days ago (November 22) and that came with a few problems and missing features for some, but hey stop sit down and ponder on the thought of the new iOS 4.3 release.

Apparently the new iOS 4.3 update could possibly release in December somewhere around the 13th according to MacStories, a reliable source of MacStories came forward and told them that Apple is getting ready to release the new OS for the iPhone, iPad and the iPod Touch.

It seems that Apple really needs to be on the ball this time when they release the new iOS 4.3, the reason we say this is because when they released the iOS 4.2 GM that contained WiFi issues, but then they released the new and second GM build that fixed this problem, then finally 4.2 was released.

If all goes according to plan the new release will happen on December 13, which is a Monday but we say Apple needs to get it right seeing as the iOS 4.2 does not come without its problems.

The recent iOS 4.2 was released with AirPrint problems, this new feature only works on certain printers and we will be mentioning more about this later today, 3G and 3GS users are a little angry because the new text tones found on the iPhone 4 did not release on these two models, and it has been reported by TiPb that 4.3 will address a few problems found in AirPlay and like they say this has yet to be confirmed.

What do you think, do you really believe that the new Apple iOS 4.2 will release in December 2010?


5 thoughts on “iOS 4.3 Release Date Speculation: Will it fix 4.2 problems?”

  1. James says:

    The real question is… will IOS 4.4, or 4.5 or 5.0 or 5.2 fix all the problems created since 4.0?? will it be again an stable IOS version for Iphone???

  2. Rich says:

    I downloaded the latest iPad updates successfully. However I can't tell if I'm running IOS 4.2 or not. I looked in my iPad setting, under ABOUT but it doesn't tell me the IOS version. How can I tell if my iPad has the latest update?

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