Apple has this morning released iOS 4.3.2, a build that promises to fix a bug that caused video to go blank or become frozen during FaceTime calls, and another bug that kept some international iPad users with 3G models from connecting to local cellular networks. The new release also contains the latest security updates.
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The software is compatible with the GSM model of the iPhone 4, the iPhone 3GS, both generations of the iPad and the third and fourth generations of the iPod Touch.
A post by Boy Genius Report this time last week said iOS 4.3.2 was coming "in about two weeks" but was otherwise spot-on about it being just a bug fix update.
Many users had reported issues with updating the last iOS, with some forced to restore their iPads or iPhones after an attempt to update the devices with iOS 4.3.1 failed.
What's unclear is whether this update addresses a problem that has been affecting users with select iPad 2 units who have had to reboot to re-enable 3G once it had been disabled. Apple said last week that it was investigating the issue. ZDNet Australia's sister site CNET contacted Apple to see if that particular issue had been sorted out as part of the 3G connectivity fix, but we hadn't heard back by publication time.