After doing some iPad SDK digging, users have been able to reveal what the Network Settings menu preferences look like on the iPad.
The iPad network settings are very similar, if not identical, to the network settings menu on the iPhone. As seen in the images below, the network settings menu includes a 3G toggle, cellular data provisioning settings, and an option for Internet tethering.
Like the iPhone, the iPad lists either USB or Bluetooth as options for tethering.
Tethering with an iPad has been hotly discussed recently with users wondering if they can simply tether their iPhone to the iPad and avoid having to pay for additional cellular service for the iPad. While it very well may be possible to tether an iPhone to the iPad, these screenshots further reinforce that idea.
What do you think? iPad-iPhone tethering or is this settings menu simply a placeholder from the iPhone OS?
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