Bug fix and security patch expected in iOS 4.3.2
Following hot on the heels of the latest software update, Apple is to launch iOS version 4.3.2 within the next two weeks, new reports suggest.
With claimed insider sources at Apple confirming the existence and imminent release of iOS 4.3.2 the operating system update is expected to touch down by the end of the month in order to address a number of bugs and security flaws within the current offering.
Whilst it remains unclear exactly what bugs and security issues the mooted iOS release will attend, many iPhone users will no doubt be hoping for a correction to the device’s alarm bug that reared its head once again recently when British clocks moved to BST causing preset alarms to fail to activate.
Apple’s hugely popular range of portable devices run the company’s propriety iOS operating system with the full array of iPhones, iPads and iPod Touch products set to benefit from any upcoming patch.
Further details as to what, if any, new features the software update will bring are still shady. Stay tuned to T3.com and the T3 Twitter and Facebook feeds for all the latest news on the predicted iOS 4.3.2 release.