iDevice owners can look forward to an OS update within a fortnight, bringing performance optimisations and bug fixes to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
An “Apple ninja” has reportedly told Boy Genius Report that iOS 4.3.2 will be ready to be pushed out “in about two weeks”.
What’s more, although the platform revamp isn’t massive by any means, it will “address security issues and “fix several bugs that have affected users”.
More tantalisingly, it’ll also add “a few enhancements” to the operating system- suggesting that new features are on the way, too.
That said, we probably shouldn’t get too excited. With just three months to go until iOS 5 hits, Apple is certain to keep the very best stuff back.
Exactly what it’ll add to iKit isn’t confirmed. But rumours suggest we could get a cloud music service, better voice recognition and support for Near Field Communications tech for contactless payments.