iPhone OS 3.1 Beta 2 adds Wi-Fi, kills tethering

Apple released the second iPhone OS 3.1 beta to developers, adding several new features to the growing list of iPhone 3.1 features, but also terminating the popular IPCC tethering hack. The second beta gives developers running Xcode the ability to wirelessly connect to their iPhones for development and testing purposes. This’ll give the developer wireless access to […]

Apple released the second iPhone OS 3.1 beta to developers, adding several new features to the growing list of iPhone 3.1 features, but also terminating the popular IPCC tethering hack. The second beta gives developers running Xcode the ability to wirelessly connect to their iPhones for development and testing purposes. This’ll give the developer wireless access to all the same features he would’ve if connected to the iPhone via USB, and’ll be especially useful for developers who need the iPhone's serial port for other external add-ons while testing.