Apple has started approving some apps in the app store which claims to be iOS 4.3 compatible suggesting iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users shouldn’t wait long for the new update.An update to “StreamToMe” app has been approved by Apple which requires iOS 4.3 to work properly.
The second beta version of iOS 4.3 was released last week.It seems Cupertino Headquarter is in hurry to release the final and public iOS 4.3 build to customers as they have already reduced the normal two weeks update time between two betas to one week.
What’s New in Version v4.0:
– The latest bug fixes and stability enhancements
– In-app registration
– The ability to synchronize searches and wishlists between Nextag Mobile and any desktop computer.
– Sign in to your account via Nextag or Facebook right in the app
– Compatible with iOS 4.3
Apple will most likely release beta 4 next week followed by a GM seed before public release, so we may see iOS 4.3 final just after the arrival of iOS 4.2.5 with Verizon iPhone.