It looks like Apple is preparing another small update for iPhone/iPod touch and iPad users, with BGR reporting that the company is expected to release iOS 4.3.2 within the next couple of weeks.
Although the site doesn’t go into specifics, it states that the update is set to include a number of enhancements, fix a group of security issues and fix several outstanding bugs that have been plaguing users.
One of the main issues that has been affecting users of iOS 4.3.1 (and the prior 4.3 iOS release) is increased battery drain. This has mostly been seen on both iPhone 4 and older 3GS handsets. Some users have complained that their battery can go from 100% down to the low 20’s within 10 hours or less despite very little phone use.
BGR is widely seen as a quite reliable site for information relating to iOS updates, so expect them to be pretty accurate this time round too.
The news comes just 2 weeks after the release of iOS 4.3.1, which fixed graphical issues on the iPod touch along with a number of other smaller issues; the update didn’t improve battery life however.