According to an Apple source, the upcoming iOS 4.3.2 update will certainly address a few critical bugs that have affected several users after the release of iOS 4.3.1.
As usual, Apple will try to address general bug fixes, but the upcoming update will concentrate mostly on the FaceTime freezing issues and the Verizon iPad 2 problems when connecting to the carrier’s 3G network.
Just in case you’re not familiar with some of the current issues, the FaceTime problem has been reported by several people that claimed to have experienced freezes and out-of-place images when using the service. At this stage, the issue seems fairly random, and is difficult to reproduce. Some reports claim the problem could be related to the iPad 2 cameras, or the software layer used to manage them.
The Verizon 3G connection issue arises when Verizon iPad 2 users turn off the 3G connection of their device via the Settings app, while on a plane, for instance. Once the 3G connection of the tablet is turned back on, the iPad 2 seems to be unable to log back into Verizon’s network.
Other fixes that may be included on iOS 4.3.2 have to do with security vulnerabilities with WebKit.
Boy Genius Report was very accurate when reporting about the release of iOS 4.3.1. If BGR’s report is accurate once again, the upcoming iOS 4.3.2 should be available approximately late next week.
[via Boy Genius Report]