iOS 4.2 release date slips?

Release had been planned for this week

Latest iOS upgrade pushed back until next Tuesday according to one Apple fansite.

iOS 4.2 will not burst onto this week as predicted, and will instead make its way to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on 16 November. That’s according to Greek site iPhoneHellas, which has a track record in calling the right dates for Apple software bumps.

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It had been expected that iOS 4.2 would land today, 12 November. The update has been making headlines thanks to rumours that its hyped AirPrint function would not work across Mac and PC, therefore shackling it to just a few dedicated printers.

Steve Jobs has rubbished the reports, but it seems we’ll have to wait a bit longer to see if AirPrint and iOS 4.2’s other features are all present and correct as expected.

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Via MacRumors