If you’re all excited and happy about Apple’s new Personal Hotspot feature in iOS 4.3, then chances are you would have gone through the details with a fine-toothed comb, only to read that it supports five connections – albeit without saying just what kind of connections those would be. However, support documentation on Apple’s site has also stated that if you decide to share your smartphone’s Internet connection with up to five devices, only a trio of those can be done via Wi-Fi – leaving you with just Bluetooth and USB for the remaining two connections. Not exactly news that would bring an end to the world, but it certainly goes to show that it pays to read the fine print if you do not want to get caught offguard. Is this revelation a deal breaker for you?

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