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iOS 4.3.3 Release Soon, Controversy Addressed

If you were worrying about the location tracking bug which was found in iOS we have some great news for you, when Apple roll out iOS 4.3.3 it will nullify the issue.

According to a recent article posted on AppleInsider iOS will no longer back up the location database file to iTunes when you sync your device, also it will reduce the size of the file so that less location data is stored. Apple has also said that the file in question will be encrypted when Apple release the next “major” iOS version.

We are also led to believe that the update will arrive in less than two weeks and once installed we should see fixes to the iPod software and battery life, perhaps there will be more but that’s all we know for now.

All of this news was revealed thanks to the pre-release build of iOS 4.3.3 which developers have managed to get their hands on, as and when we hear more about the update we will keep you posted. For now we would love to hear what you would like to see when Apple iOS 4.3.3 is released, are there any bugs you would like to see fixed? Let us know in the comments section.



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