The latest update to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch operating system, iOS 4.3.2 could be with us in the next two weeks, reports have claimed.
The BGR website claims that the incremental update to iOS will bring a number of enhancements and bug fixes, though didn’t specify what these would be.
iOS 4.3.1 was released at the end of March, and fixed a pair of graphics-related fixes: one for an occasional glitch on the 4th-generation iPod touch and one for flickering problems when using the Apple Digital AV Adapter with some TVs.
It isn’t clear, though, whether iOS 4.3.2 will fix a recently-reported bug suffered by some iPhone 4 owners when using FaceTime.
Several users have reported on Apple’s Discussion forums that the handset shows random images – some not even photographs stored in the iPhone’s camera roll but seemingly taken surreptitiously – when using the video-calling app.
Apple has said that this year’s WWDC, due to take place in San Francisco in early June, will discuss the future of iOS, with iOS 5 likely to be announced alongside the iPhone 5.