We've previously reported that the Wi-Fi iPad 2 gained GPS powers when tethered to an iPhone. We were wrong. You'll need an app like AirLocation to get the iPhone GPS to work with your Wi-Fi iPad. $1.19. [iTunes via Wired]
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