iOS 4.3.2 could be with us in the next two weeks, reports have claimed.
The BGR website claims that the incremental update to iOS will bring a number of enhancements and bug fixes, though didn't specify what these would be.
iOS 4.3.1 was released at the end of March, and fixed a pair of graphics-related fixes: one for an occasional glitch on the fourh-generation iPod Touch and one for flickering problems when using the Apple Digital AV Adapter with some TVs.
It isn't clear, though, whether iOS 4.3.2 will fix a recently-reported bug suffered by some iPhone 4 owners when using FaceTime.
Several users have reported on Apple's Discussion forums that the handset shows random images - some not even photographs stored in the iPhone's camera roll but seemingly taken surreptitiously - when using the video-calling app.
Apple has said that this year's WWDC, due to take place in San Francisco in early June, will discuss the future of iOS, with iOS 5 likely to be announced alongside the iPhone 5.
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