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iOS 4.3.2 to Fix Verizon iPad 2 Connectivity, FaceTime Issues

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BGR has managed to obtain an early copy of the iOS 4.3.2 update and claims it is due in the next week or so.
One of our Apple sources has just let us know that Apple’s iOS 4.3.2, due within the next week or so, will fix the issues we’ve been hearing about with some Verizon iPad 2 models. Additionally, the new update is said to contain a fix for FaceTime in addition to security fixes for things like WebKit vulnerabilities and other minor changes.
BGR has reportedly installed it on their phone and we'll update this post if they find any other changes. Apple had previously stated they were looking into the Verizon connectivity issue which was causing some customers problems connecting on 3G.

Article Link: iOS 4.3.2 to Fix Verizon iPad 2 Connectivity, FaceTime Issues
 

commander.data

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If only they can get the scope on whether the Verizon iPhone 4 will be supported. You'd think since the Verizon iPad 2 and Verizon iPhone 4 use the same Broadcom chip, it shouldn't be a huge issue.
 
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definitive

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Wow, at this rate the jailbreak folks might never catch up

i think they had another exploit that they discovered while working on the untethered 4.3.1 jailbreak, but i don't know if it (the other exploit) is untethered or not.
 
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slu

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Please fix battery life!
 
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Wow, at this rate the jailbreak folks might never catch up

Was thinking the same. These X.X.x updates are usually fixes for jailbroken iOS devices. They usually come out right after an official jailbreak release (4.3.1 was just released) and have some b.s. excuse. Cat and mouse games...
 
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LouieSamman

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And thats why I don't Jailbreak. Apple release iOS software too often and I like to stay up to date with updating my iPhone.

I'll keep my iPhone unjailbroken and wait and see what iOS 5 has to offer.
 
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X5-452

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Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)

Please fix battery life!

This. I went to bed last night and my phone was at 20%. Woke up this morning and it was completely dead. Wouldn't even turn on.
 
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John.B

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Battery life?

Now if they'd just get to fixing the sucktastic battery life that the 4.3 and 4.3.1 updates inflicted on my 3GS iPhone... :mad:
 
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smileyborg

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Good, hope this fixes the FaceTime app bug on the iPad 2 where if you start a call, then hit the home button to multitask to another app, when you return to the FaceTime app all the controls and stuff are gone!
 
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nishwanth

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So... 4.3.2 release will this sync up both AT&T and Verizon versions of the iPhone??? That is Verizon iPHone will get all the features of 4.3.1 which the AT&T GSM version currently has?????
 
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Was thinking the same. These X.X.x updates are usually fixes for jailbroken iOS devices. They usually come out right after an official jailbreak release (4.3.1 was just released) and have some b.s. excuse. Cat and mouse games...
Yep, that b.s. excuse of fixing bugs and security exploits. I just hate it when Apple fixes things. [/sarcasm] Every method of jailbreaking exposes a security flaw that could also be exploited by other software. Considering my phone has my private encryption key and certificate along with other sensitive data, I appreciate Apple continuing to plug holes as they are discovered.
 
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mdelvecchio

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This. I went to bed last night and my phone was at 20%. Woke up this morning and it was completely dead. Wouldn't even turn on.

your phone is defective. none of mine have done that.

or your left a GPS app running or such.
 
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