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Rumor: Official iPhone Tethering in the Works
Thursday, August 28th, 2008 at 4:00 PM - by Jeff Gamet
Apple may be working on a plan with AT&T to bring tethering to the iPhone. If the rumors are accurate, that means iPhone users will eventually be able to share their handhelds Internet connection with their laptop -- and they can do it with Apple and AT&Ts blessing, according to Gizmodo.
Apparently the word that the two companies are discussing the possibility of letting iPhone owners tether their combination iPod and smartphone, just like BlackBerry users already do, came straight from Apple CEO Steve Jobs in a response to a customer question.
If AT&T does start allowing iPhone users to tether their Internet connection with their laptop, the company will most likely charge for the feature, so expect to pay an extra US$30 or so for the privilege.
Since Apple is involved, dont expect to hear much else from the company about iPhone tethering plans until it is ready to share what they have worked out with AT&T.
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