iOS 4.2 launch pushed back due to iPad Wi-Fi bug

iOS 4.2 launch pushed back due to iPad Wi-Fi bug
Apple has reportedly delayed the launch of iOS 4.2, expected to roll out today, because various users testing the pre-release version found Wi-Fi stumbling after connection on their iPads. The Gold Master build has been out for testers for a few days and many had trouble 'doing anything on the net' what goes for some serious iPad trouble.

iOS 4.2 builds on to bring multitasking and folders to the iPad. There is no information on the widely speculated AirPrint function, which might finally end up outside the package. An iTunes update to 10.1 is not yet out and usually it takes several days after an iTunes update for an iOS refreshment to come out. Mac OS X's fifth update since Snow Leopard was released several days ago. We will keep you posted on this as we find out more.

source: MacStories via Engadget

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