Apple recently released iOS 4.3.1 software update for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch which resolved graphics glitch and image flicker issue for iOS device users. However, there was no mention about improvement in battery performance for iPhone 4 users.
Today BGR is reporting that Apple is working on iOS 4.3.2 software update and it is expected to be released in the next two weeks. The new version will “include a few enhancements, address security issues, and it will also fix several bugs that have affected users.”
Apple often fixes critical bugs and security holes in its new update so at this moment it is difficult to say if iOS 4.3.2 will affect jailbreak users. Now, one of the bugs which could probably be fixed is the battery drain issue currently being faced by many iPhone 4 and 3GS users.
BGR has been a reliable source for iOS update related news and it will be interesting to see if their sources are correct this time.
Apple is expected to preview iOS 5 during WWDC 2011 which will bring many new features and enhancements. The Cupertino, Calif. based company is also rumored to be working on enhancing MobileMe service which is expected to be an integral part of the upcoming software update. Unlike, previous software releases Apple might be looking at charging iPod touch and iPad users $9.99 for new update.