As previously rumored, Apple has released the latest update to iOS. This is version 4.3.2, and is nothing more than a minor fix for a few problems that plagued the iOS devices.
According to Apple's update info here is what the update takes care of:
– Fixes an issue that occassionally caused blank or frozen video during a FaceTime Call
– Fixes an issue that prevented some international users from connecting to 3G networks on iPad wi-fi + 3G
– Contains the latest security updates
It covers the iPhone 4 (GSM) iPhone 3GS, iPad 2 and the iPad as well as current-gen iPod touch models.
And reports from website MacRumors say that a separate update, 4.2.7 was released for the Verizon iPhone. That update is nothing more than some security fixes, says the website.
Looks like Apple needed quite a few updates to get this one just right, let's hope they've been able to take care of all the issues. It's understandable that no two devices are configured the same way, and that can lead to problems. We won't hold it against them, but we just hope that this doesn't become a regular thing. Oh well, it's an update, nice way to kill a few minutes over the weekend if we get bored. Right?