Apple has only just pushed out a minor update to iOS 4.3.1 for the iPhone 4 and other compatible devices, but now we are hearing that the company is planning to release another minor update, iOS 4.3.2 in the coming weeks.
The news is according to BGR, as their sources have informed them that Apple intends to address some security issues on the device, as well as fix up a few more bugs that are currently present. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like there will be any significant new features for users to enjoy, which is probably why this update will roll out on iTunes fairly low key.
We should apparently expect iOS 4.3.2 to release within the next two weeks, but a specific release date has not been highlighted yet. It’s worth pointing out that BGR’s source is the same source which told us about the impending ios 4.3.1 update as well, so it’s safe to assume that iOS 4.3.2 is definitely coming soon.
Have you noticed any problems on iOS 4.3.1 that we should know about? We’ll let you know once we hear further information regarding the update. It will definitely be a shame if there isn’t any new features, but then again – we don’t have to wait long to wait until WWDC 2011, where we could be seeing the debut of iOS 5.
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