For no obvious reason, the personal hotspot function on the latest iPad doesn’t work on Australian models. Over at Gizmodo, Alex details how you can fix this — no jailbreak required. Definitely worth checking if you want to share the 3G goodness from your new tablet. [Gizmodo]
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