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iOS 4.2 - got problems or bugs?

So Apple has released iOS 4.2 for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Apple TV and that means old problems and bugs get fixed and new problems and bugs emerge. Hey there's no such thing as perfect code.

We here at TiPb are going to be doing our best to track any iOS 4.2 bugs we come across and offer whatever solutions and workaround we find so if you've installed the latest software from Apple and come across anything we should know about drop it in a comment below or head on over to our forums and start troubleshooting with us!

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iOS 4.2 for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Apple TV now available!

As previously announced, iOS 4.2 for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and Apple TV is now available for download via iTunes (or directly on Apple TV). Expect the servers to be crushed, but let us know when you get it, when you've got it, and how it's working for you.

And while you're waiting for the download to finish, here once again are our handy references:

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AirPlay, VoiceOver coming with Apple TV 4.2 update today

As we reported earlier, Apple has announced that sometime today we will finally see the much anticipated iOS 4.2 update for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad and what's more -- Apple TV should be getting 4.2 today as well.

What everyone is anticipating is the use of AirPlay, which was probably a big selling point for most buyers of the new Apple TV. Now any iOS 4.2 equipped device will be able to send videos, audio, and photos to their big TV screen.

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With Find my iPhone free, will you still pay for MobileMe?

With Find my iPhone free, will you still pay for MobileMe?online survey

With Apple making Find my iPhone free with iOS 4.2 for iPhone 4, iPad, and iPod touch 4, will you still pay for the full MobileMe service?

If you just want Find my iPhone, it's an easy answer. Here's your freebie, thanks and bye!

If you want MobileMe email, calendars, contacts, galleries, iDisk, and the whole suite of Mac services like Back to my Mac, dock, preference, keychain, and other sync features, then maybe it's well worth the price?

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Everything you need to know about iOS 4.2 in 10 minutes [video]

While we're all waiting for iOS 4.2 for iPad and iOS 4.2 for iPhone and iPod touch to land, we figured we'd give you easy access to the highlight videos above. If you want more head on over to our complete iOS 4.2 for iPhone and iPod touch walkthrough and we'll take you step by step through all that's new and exciting, and if you need help, check out our Forums.

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Apple makes Find my iPhone free

As part of their iOS 4.2 announcement and as previously rumored, Apple has also announced that they're making the Find my iPhone feature of MobileMe free for all users:

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Apple announces iOS 4.2 for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad

Apple has put out a press release saying iOS 4.2 (technically iOS 4.2.1 I imagine) is available today for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. It's not showing up in iTunes for me yet (I'm getting an error saying nothing is available) but it should hit sometime in the very, very near future. (They say "today", not "right now"...)

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Best of Smartphone Experts, 21 Nov 2010

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Steve Jobs and Rupert Murdoch set to launch iPad newspaper?

Apple CEO Steve Jobs and Newcorp head Rupert Murdoch may just be ready to test the waters with an iPad (and tablet) only "newspaper" called The Daily:

The collaboration, which has been secretly under development in New York for several months, promises to be the world's first "newspaper" designed exclusively for new tablet-style computers such as Apple's iPad, with a launch planned for early next year.

Intended to combine "a tabloid sensibility with a broadsheet intelligence", the publication represents Murdoch's determination to push the newspaper business beyond the realm of print.

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TJ Maxx sold $399 iPads at a loss. Good marketing, unhappy Apple?

We got word yesterday that TJ Maxx has been selling iPads for $399 ($350 if you apply for their credit card). That left a lot of us wondering how they were able to do this when authorized retailers such as Walmart, Best Buy, and Target are all stuck selling them at $499 and up.

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