It’s only been a few weeks since Apple released its latest iOS version 4.3 to the general public and it seems that Steve Jobs’ men have been working hard to send out a further update to try and stop those dastardly jailbreakers.
According to tech website Boy genius Report, Apple will be sending out a further 4.3.1 update in the coming weeks to fix a few minor bugs including fixes for:
- Baseband updates for the 3GS and iPad (original)
- Fixed memory hang that results in memory corruption when reading large files from USIM file system
- Fixed problem with NTLM authentication in apps and on websites
- Fixed issue with the Springboard and 3rd party apps not recognizing the gyroscope on the iPad 2
But what is surely the most important update for Apple is the “Fixed iPad 2 jailbreak vulnerability” which should close up a few of the holes in the iOS 4.3 software and stop the devices from the latest round of Jailbreakers and illegal software.
iOS 4.3 only went live earlier this month, but within a few days keen hackers had found ways around the new software and had released a jail broken version of the OS.
No word is official on when the update will go live yet but with the iPad 2 hitting our European shores this week, and Apple never being shy to send out an update or two, it’s probably safe to assume you will have to plug in your iOS device in the next few weeks for the 4.3.1 update.
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