Apple Expected to Release iOS 4.3.2 Within Two Weeks
It's been about two weeks since Apple updated the iOS to version 4.3.1, and now it appears that another update is due to arrive within the next two weeks. According to Boy Genius Report, Apple is currently working on iOS 4.3.2. It appears that this will only be an incremental update, so it's very unlikely that there will be any surprises contained within this release.
What you can expect with this iOS update are the usual enhancements that address security issues and bug fixes. iOS 4.3.2 is expected to be compatible with the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad when it’s released. Unfortunately, specific details were not given about what bugs would be fixed or what the enhancements might include.
Apple's World Wide Developers Conference is set to start on June 6, and they are widely expected to preview the next version of iOS at the event, as they have in previous years. Unfortunately, the iPhone 5 is not expected to be released or even previewed at this year’s event. Recently there's been some speculation that the iPhone 5 may not even be released until next year. If this is true then it would break with Apple's usual yearly iPhone refresh cycle. Although it does seem likely that the iPhone 5 will be pushed back beyond Apple’s WWDC, it's doubtful that it will be pushed back until next year.
Apple's invitation to this year's WWDC 2011
invites attendees to "Join us for a preview of the future of iOS and Mac OS X." Although Apple is surely hard at work creating the latest and greatest version of iOS 5, it's good to see that they are still continuing to improve and maintain the current version iOS. Hopefully, the next update won't give Jailbreakers too many headaches when it is released later this month.
Source: Boy Genius Report