Less than a month after releasing iOS version 4.3.1, Apple is now pushing a 4.3.2 update. The update doesn’t bring anything major though, but it wouldn’t hurt to get it, since it packs the latest security fixes.
The CDMA iPhone (Verizon iPhone), while still far behind its GSM brother, got an update to version 4.2.7. It doesn’t really address the recent complaints users have with failing to connect to the 3G network, but rather includes the same security fixes as the 4.3.2 version.
The other tweaks and tunes in iOS 4.3.2 include fixing the occasional blank screen during a FaceTime call and addressing a problem which prevented international users from connecting to 3G networks. If you have the GSM version of the iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS, any of the iPads, and iPod touch (4th generation and 3rd generation), you can go and get the update from iTunes right away. Pack some patience, though, because it’s north of 600 MB in size.