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[Rumour] Apple to release iOS 4.3.2 in two weeks

If the folks at BGR are to be trusted, Apple will soon release iOS 4.3.2 sometime this month which will bring a number of enhancements and bug fixes, though didn’t specify what these would be.

It isn’t clear whether the iOS 4.3.2 update will fix a recently-reported bug(random images) suffered by some iPhone 4 owners when using FaceTime.

We’ve just been told by one of our Apple ninjas that the company is working on another iOS 4.3.x release: iOS 4.3.2. It’s said to include a few enhancements, address security issues, and it will also fix several bugs that have affected users. We’re told to expect the software update for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad in about two weeks.-BGR

iOS 4.3.1 was released late last month and fixed a pair of graphics-related fixes: one for an occasional glitch on the fourh-generation iPod Touch and one for flickering problems when using the Apple Digital AV Adapter with some TVs.

It is likely that Apple will announce the iOS 5 alongside the iPhone 5 at this year’s WWDC(Apple Worldwide Developers Conference), due to take place in San Francisco(US) in early June.

 

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