Apple has dished out the iOS 4.3.2 update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, which brings fixes for some minor issues.
The update, which will be installed on iDevices the next time they connect to a PC, will fix some issues related to the Facetime video conferencing app, which caused it to freeze mid-way and sometimes making the screen go blank.
Apple also said that the update will fix the network connectivity issues that have been haunting iPad 3G owners, preventing them from connecting to the local 3G network while on the move.
It is unclear, though, whether the minor software update will fix the 3G connectivity issue being faced by some users of the iPad 2 on Verizon Wireless. Apple had earlier acknowledged the issue and had confirmed that it was working to fix the problem.
The update, which is around 600MB in size, is available for the GSM versions of iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad and iPad 2 and the third and fourth generation iPod Touch. Apple has again refrained from releasing an update for the CDMA version of the iPhone 4 on Verizon.
Apple has released the iOS 4.3.2 update less than a month after it rolled out the minor iOS 4.3.1 update which had fixed other known issues.