Yesterday, Apple released a new version of iOS, designed to squash several bugs, including FaceTime issues, as well as 3G connectivity problems.
The new update, dubbed iOS 4.3.2, fixes some issues experienced by users during FaceTime calls, such as frozen videos, or random pictures displayed by the app.
As for the 3G version of the iPad 1/2, the update will help users to connect to 3G networks faster, especially when traveling abroad.
The update, compatible with both first generation iPad and iPad 2, as well as iPhone 3GS/4 and third/fourth generation iPod touch, also includes security updates, and should improve the battery life of iOS devices.
iOS 4.3.2 was released less than a month after the launch of iOS 4.3.1. The previous update brought a slew of fixes, including graphics and AV output improvements, memory management improvements, new authentication methods, springboard and gyroscope improvements on the iPad 2, and 3G activation improvements.
The update is available via the iTunes Software Update feature. Direct links are also available: