Apple has launched a new beta version of iPhone OS 4 (beta 4), which is currently available only to those who have an Apple iPhone Developer Program account.
Of course, AT&T doesn’t allow iPhone owners to actually use tethering (despite promising this feature a long time ago), but it would make a lot of sense if the carrier will enable the feature once Apple launches the new iPhone 4G / HD – this could happen as soon as next month.
Until more details on AT&T iPhone tethering show up, you can get the latest iPhone OS beta via Apple’s website – as mentioned above, you need to have an Apple iPhone Developer Program account to download the SDK.
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