After several problems and bugs with iOS 4.3 Apple has rolled out a minor update which they say will fix the issues. Some users have been experiencing freezing problems when using Facetime or experiencing complete loss of picture when trying to make video calls over Apples native app.
Another prior bug resulted in iPad 3G users being unable to connect to mobile networks which obviously angered owners because that’s the only reason they purchased a 3G model. iOS 4.3.2 has added the required patch these problems as well as a few other minor bugs.
At this stage it’s not known whether the problems Verizon customers were facing with their new iPad 2 3G models have been remedied. We suspect that this update was tailored for US facing customers anyway because that is where the bulk of last week’s complaints came from.
This update on the whole offers minor tweaks all under the surface with nothing major brought to the table, however we are just mere months away from the World Wide Developer Conference where many predict Apple could roll out iOS 5 – that should be something to get excited about.
So set aside an hour or so, back up your iPhone and update it through iTunes and let us know how you get on.