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The Daily trial subscription end moving up to Feb. 23rd?

updated 10:05 am EST, Mon February 21, 2011

Could hint at iOS 4.3 release date

The quickest possible end of The Daily's free subscription period may be coming sooner than expected, a tip to MacNN suggests. A German website recently observed that the deadline had been pushed out to February 28th, well past the shortest planned two-week window. A MacNN reader notes however that he has received in-app notification of a February 23rd cut-off.

The timing could signal that Apple is ready to deploy iOS 4.3. The firmware was thought to be important to supporting in-app subscriptions, although some magazines are already offering the option. In any case the update will carry features of iOS 4.2.6 to non-Verizon iPhones, namely personal hotspot support. No carriers beyond Verizon have so far introduced iPhone hotspot options.






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  1. msuper69

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    The Daily is a piece of c***...

    that doesn't even follow the iOS UI guidelines.

    Apple should not have allowed this junk on the iTunes App Store in it's current incarnation.

  1. efithian

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +2

    Crash-Crash-Crash for Tea Baggers

    This app crashes without fail, even after deleting and reloading. The opinion articles are like listening to Fox News. No thanks, I'll pass. NYT here I come.

  1. vintagegeek

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    Should be Free until they make it work

    It's slow and everything is out of date. Plus the crashes as mentioned by others.

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