According to an exclusive over on BGR, iOS 4.3.1 could arrive within the next couple of weeks. iOS 4.3, initially unveiled alongside the iPad 2, was released less than two weeks ago.
The update won't be massively exciting, from the sounds of it. It'll merely address a few minor bugs.
4.3.1 is expected to:
- update basebands for the 3GS and original iPad
- fix a memory hang that causes corruption when reading large files via USIM
- fix an issue with NTLM authentication in apps and on websites
- fix an iPad 2 problem with Springboard and 3rd party apps not recgonising the gyroscope
- fix jailbreak vulnerability in the iPad 2
The iPad 2 was jailbroken just a few days after release.
iOS 4.3 is available for the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and original iPad. It addresses some known iOS security issues, allows you to use your iPhone 4 as a Wi-Fi hotspot, introduces iTunes Home Sharing and improves Safari performance.