Apple has just released a new version of iOS today. Bringing up all supported iOS devices to version 4.3.2, the update is mainly for fixing bugs that were present in the previous version of the operating system. The update is said to address frozen screens during FaceTime calls, and issues that prevented international users from connecting to 3G networks. No word on whether it’ll fix the FaceTime issue that cropped up recently, but the iPhone 4 version of the update weighs in at about 666MB, so you’ll have to be patient for this one. iOS 4.3.2 is available for the iPhone 4 GSM model, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, iPad, iPod Touch 3G and iPod Touch 4G. Plug your device into your computer and run iTunes to download the update now.
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