Apple Removes iPhone Tethering App, Netshare

August 4, 2008

Apple has made available, and them removed the iPhone tethering application Netshare from the App Store twice in the past week.  .Washington (ChattahBox) – Apple has made available, and them removed the iPhone tethering application Netshare from the App Store twice in the past week.

The Netshare application turns your iPhone basically into a modem, and was made available twice now for $9.99 in the U.S.

There has been no confirmation as to why it was released and then pulled from the App Store though.

The Netshare application allows you to basically create network between your iPhone and computer.

From here, you can use your computer online by using the data connection of the iPhone for an Internet connection.


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