Handy Light has been removed from the App Store.
Answer by AppleHack23 · Jul 21, 2010 at 02:09 PM
Haha! I was lucky enough to get it in time. I tried all 3 of my mom's credit/debit cards, all declined, so I went about 30 minutes to a CVS and got an iTunes gift card, just for an application that was a dollar. But hey, it pays off in the future. They actually pulled it a few minutes after I got it.
Answer by Peter Murphy · Jul 21, 2010 at 01:50 PM
Dang. I missed it. I can't believe that after paying what I do for my data plan every month ($39.99, I'm still on AT&T's older contract format of "unlimited data" on my 3G S) that I can't tether it to a flipping computer without paying for the tether plan that I used to use with a separate modem.
Answer by r0bErT4u · Jul 21, 2010 at 08:02 PM
Kudos to the youngster! > ***15-Year-Old Sneaks iPhone Tethering App Past Apple***
Apparently not satisfied with paying AT&T an extra $20 a month on top of his data plan to tether with a 200MB-2GB cap, one 15-year-old managed to sneak his own tethering app past Apple's admittedly inconsistent iPhone app approval process. Nick Lee managed to get approval for "Handy Light," a $0.99 flashlight application that on the surface looked just like any of a hundred other flashlight applications, but in reality allowed users to use the iPhone 4 as a modem without paying AT&T their additional levy. Apple of course pulled the application shortly after its usefulness was discovered, though it still works for users who already downloaded it. >>>
Answer by r0bErT4u · Jul 22, 2010 at 01:06 AM
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