Apple releases iOS 4.2.6 update to correct Verizon bug

Apple releases iOS 4.2.6 update to correct Verizon bug
The Apple iPhone 4 finally found its way to Verizon after years of speculation and Apple has already made a software update available due to a few bugs that arose as the data began to flow.

The problem has to do with data consumption reports for users who are taking advantage of the newly added 3G mobile hotspot capabilities. The new iOS 4.2.6 update ensures that the data will be reported correctly, which is especially important given the data cap Verizon has in place.

Just as every other iOS update, all you have to do is plug your device into iTunes and hit update. It will take some time, but that is to be expected. Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: Mobile Burn

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14 Comments

1. skymitch89

Posts: 1451; Member since: Nov 05, 2010

I personally would find it annoying having to use my computer to constantly update my phone.

6. hawk62

Posts: 320; Member since: Nov 21, 2009

Cause having the choice to plug it into your computer when you want is bad. Its much better to be forced to take the update over air ie verizon/droid.

14. applefanboy unregistered

Wow... What a response... But I would hate to have to upload it over the air, that's so inconvenient. I mean, I have to hit a button and hit upload. The speeds are so much slower, oh wait... You can use wifi to download the update, so it's faster. Hmm... Ok.. So what's the downside to the OTA update? Not everybody wants iTunes installed on their computer? I know I sure don't. How about the Blackberry, it allows for either OTA or USB from computer. How many people plug it into the PC to update anymore? None... "forced to take the update over the air", haha.. You are a true Apple Fan Boy. You would buy a brick if it said iPhone on it.

16. mannyfs

Posts: 69; Member since: Feb 11, 2011

mmm it doesnt? unless you plug it in which most people dont plug it in more than once a week and its not even a pop up update notice so it doesnt really get annoying like the windows java pop ups! (damn you windows update pop ups!)

2. kevin416323 unregistered

my verizon iphone4's speker only the right hand side one have sound,the left hand side one is no sound at all is that normal or someting wrong!!!!!

13. dihce unregistered

you don't have 2 speakers at the bottom of your phone, that's why only one works.. the other side is the microphone...

3. lolbradley

Posts: 6; Member since: Feb 10, 2011

Normally if something isn't working, that's not normal...

4. iWarsawPoland unregistered

@up - Easy Kevin. It's OK. There is a mic, not speaker.

5. Mark unregistered

One side is the mic and the other is the speaker. iPhone only has one speaker.

7. Vatsal unregistered

i have used iphone 3G, 3Gs & 4. All have same kind of only one speaker phone. The other side does look like speaker, but it doesn't actually.

12. msa1988

Posts: 418; Member since: Mar 30, 2010

But its an iPhone! Who cares if it has a disfunctional speaker!

15. Windsponge

Posts: 97; Member since: Nov 01, 2009

I Phone is the smoothest and best use what you like . I have used all droid x , Fasinate, Droid. Increddiable( I cant spell) I am glad to have I phone now will not change for a long time. I am Happy. Hope you are as happy with yours as I am mine.

17. mannyfs

Posts: 69; Member since: Feb 11, 2011

everyone talks about the iphone 4 and nobody says DOES THIS PHONE STIL HAVE THE DEATH GRIP??!! (please only answer if you actually own a verizon iphone)

18. Ziggy unregistered

I have not seen this issue with my device.... I do have a case though.

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