Apple's iOS 4.3.2 is due to land in the upcoming weeks, and speculation is running rampant about what changes this update may bring. According to BGR, which claims to have the update in hand, iOS 4.3.2 will fix the data roaming issue reportedly plaguing iPad 2 tablets on Big Red's 3G network. This annoying bug reportedly causes the iPad 2 to always roam on Verizon's 3G network.
The update may also cure the issue with FaceTime, which is causing the iPad 2's front camera to freeze when the video chat application launches. Lastly, iOS 4.3.2 may also bring a variety of security fixes and performance improvements to Apple's suite of iOS devices.
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