I think it moved to a different menu. If it is no where to be found, it is your carrier file that is missing, or you have an older data plan and the tethering feature fell off your account.
I don't see it. I called Rogers, they told me to call Apple.
Thanks, I found it....it's under CELLULAR. Stupid. But it's there. It also enables Bluetooth when you use it so it sucks battery big time.
Now, it shows up under SETTINGS. Weird.
Last edited by GVRD777; 09-26-2012 at 02:57 AM. Reason: Adding new info
You seriously called Rogers before taking the time to look around a bit more?
Yup. This is what they're paid for: Tech support. Rogers could've killed my tethering for all I know. And this was my first iPhone since the 3G. I've been using Android and the Android App has it's own easy to find Hotspot right in the main menu.
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Yup D Mac is absolutely correct. It never showed up on the main Settings page in any iOS version until it was turned on for the first time. The menu used to be called Network and is now called Cellular, but it's always been in the exact same spot: Settings>General and is nearly identical apart from the name change.