As expected, Apple has pulled iTether from the iOS App Store this morning less than a day after its arrival. If anything, it's a wonder that the $14.99 USB tethering app — which bypasses the operating system's (and carrier's) typical tethering and hotspot provisioning — managed to stay in the store for that long, especially considering the amount of press coverage it's gotten since going live. For those of you who shelled out the $15, congratulations — you've got a bit of a collector's item on your hands, assuming a future iOS update doesn't break the functionality. For the rest of you, though: back to your standard tethering plans.
iTether pulled from the iOS App Store
After several hours in the App Store, Apple has removed the iTether app, which allowed the iPhone to be used as a modem without a tethering plan.