iPass has released an upgrade for the self-titled app, bringing it to version 2.3. iPass is a wireless connectivity client designed for PDAs and other wireless devices. The latest version features support for OS X and Jaguar and features broadband connection. According to iPass:
Building upon its virtual network operator capabilities and experience in delivering enterprise connectivity services across multiple network technologies, iPass announced today it has upgraded capabilities for iPassConnect 2.3 for Mac OS X.
iPass believes that it is the first and only enterprise connectivity services provider to offer a client built for Apple Computer Mac OS X and Jaguar operating systems. iPassConnect 2.3 for Mac OS X, like its Windows-based counterpart, supports wireless and wired broadband venues on the iPass virtual network.
iPass has had a client available to Mac users for OS 9.2 and earlier. The Mac OS X versions allow Macintosh computer users to now capitalize on all the latest features of iPassConnect with all the benefits of Apples latest operating system including support for Mac OS X versions 10.2, 10.2.1 and 10.2.2.
You can find more information about the latest iPass release at the iPass Web site. Service pricing schemes available by contacting iPass directly.