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A Guide To The iPad OS 4.3 Update
With the launch of the latest iPad model, the iPad 2, also comes the latest version of iPad OS 4.3. The final version of iOS 4.3 is set to bring a number of features to the iPad 2 and other Apple devices. Here's a quick guide to what you can expect.
iTunes Home Sharing
iTunes Home Sharing is a big improvement to the iOS 4.3 system. This means you can play your whole iTunes library no matter where you are in the house. It works by connecting the devices over a Wi-Fi network and accessing the content from your Mac or PC.
The iOS 4.3 update brings improvements to Airplay, the function that lets you stream music throughout the home without wires. The upgrade means that you can now stream videos from the Photos app, and view AirPlay enabled apps and websites on the big screen.
Improved Safari Performance
iPad Orientation Switch
The side switch on the iPad previously only worked to mute the device, but iOS 4.3 now adds the option to allow users to choose whether they want it as a mute switch, or as a way of locking the orientation of the screen.
This is an update to iPhone 4 users: a feature that can turn the iPhone into a Wi-Fi access point for other Wi-Fi devices. However, this all depends on whether your carrier supports the feature. A maximum of three Wi-Fi devices can be connected at any one time.
iOS 4.3 And the iPad 2
The iPad 2 brings with it a new dual-core processor, meaning that everything will be faster than it was before. And with the new iPad OS 4.3 operating system released at the same time as the iPad 2, you can be sure that, together, they will noticeably improve the performance of the device.