iOS 4.3 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to be Released at 10AM PT T̶o̶d̶a̶y̶? Update: Tomorrow

About a week ago, the final version of iOS 4.3 was released to iOS developers, to allow them to test their apps against the new iteration of the operating system. While during the iPad 2 announcement keynote, Steve Jobs mentioned that iOS 4.3 would be released to the public this Friday alongside the iPad 2, according to Boy Genius Report, Apple allegedly accelerated its plans, and will release iOS 4.3 later today, at 10AM Pacific Time. The new OS, labeled build 8F190, introduces several new features, such as personal hotspot support, iTunes subscriptions support, and AirPlay video streaming for third-party apps, to name a few. The new OS also offers full support for the iPad 2. iOS 4.3 also features a new ultra-fast JavaScript engine, dubbed ‘Nitro‘, designed to boost Mobile Safari’s performance by almost 100%. The new iOS iteration also supports new multi-fingers multitasking gestures on the iPad, designed to allow users to quickly jump from one application to the other. However, even though the feature is built into iOS 4.3, Apple decided not to enable it for now, and only iOS developers are allowed to play with it at this stage. iOS 4.3 is compatible with iPhone 3GS/4, third and fourth generation iPod touch, as well as iPad 1/2. Note that Verizon iPhone 4 users will need to wait until iOS 4.3.1 is out, as this release will not be compatible with their device. Update: The new version of iOS will in fact be released tomorrow.