Apple is reportedly planning to bring out the iOS 4.3.1 software update within one to two weeks, bringing some minor bug fixes to the new OS.
Sources have told Boy Genius Report that the update will come with baseband updates for the iPhone 3GS and the iPad along with a fix for the iPad 2 jailbreak vulnerability.
The iOS 4.3.1 update will also fix a bug in the USIM filesystem which results in memory corruption while reading large files. Apple is additionally fixing a problem in the NTLM authentication for apps and websites.
A bug fix for Springboard and third party apps that have problem with recognising the gyroscope on the iPad 2 tablet device, is another thing expected to be addressed.
It is still not particularly clear whether Apple will release the update for Verizon Wireless's CDMA iPhone 4, which is currently running on iOS 4.2.6. The iOS 4.3.1 will be brought out less than a month after Apple released the iOS 4.3 operating system for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
It had recently been suggested by German website macerkopf.de, that the next iOS software release by Apple would be made at an event in Cupertino, California in April, along with the unveiling of a new free version of MobileMe.