Apple just released iOS 4.3.2. It’s available now in iTunes if you check for updates, and direct links to the downloads will be available shortly.
As previously reported, iOS 4.3.2 fixes issues with FaceTime calls (freezing or displaying random photos from the camera roll), and problems with iPad WiFi + 3G connectivity. Build number is 8H7 for most devices; the CDMA iPad 2 got build number 8H8.
Here are the direct links for iOS 4.3.2:
iPhone 4 (GSM)
iPad 2 (also iPad 2,2 and iPad 2,3)
iPod touch 3rd gen
iPod touch 4th gen
Update: Apple also released iOS 4.2.7 for the Verizon iPhone. It’s available here, and we’re looking for a changelog.
Update #2: iOS 4.2.7 for the CDMA iPhone 4 contains bug fixes and the latest security updates.
Screenshot of the changelog after the break. (more…)
BGR reports this morning that Apple is looking to launch another version of iOS 4.3 within two weeks. The update, labelled iOS 4.3.2, should contain various fixes and enhancements, address security issues (quite possibly a jailbreak fix) and it “will also fix several bugs that have affected users.”
On March 21st, BGR reported iOS 4.3.1 would be released within “one or two weeks”, and the OS was released on Friday, March 25th. If BGR’s track record is of any indication, there is the small chance to see iOS 4.3.2 becoming available next week if Apple really wants to close security holes and fix bugs quickly. In the past weeks, several users running iOS 4.3.1 reported bugs in the FaceTime application for iPad and iPhone, WiFi connectivity issues after the 4.3.1 upgrade and other minor glitches in the Camera app.