Apple’s new releases fix Facetime, 3G problems

Apple pushed out a new update, iOS 4.3.2, today to fix some annoying issues with Facetime.

According to the update description, the FaceTime glitch occasionally caused blank or frozen video during calls.

The update is also supposed to fix some issues with 3G connectivity on the iPad for WiFi and 3G. It’s not immediately clear if the 3G issues mentioned in the update are the same ones faced by Verizon customers, but The Loop’s Jim Dalrymple reported that the fix is for international users who were having trouble connecting via 3G and WiFi. Others are reporting the fix is for the Verizon iPad 2.

Apple did not immediately reply to a request for clarification on that point. You can download the update via iTunes.

The company also released updates for its Safari browser and the Verizon iPhone.

Have you grabbed the latest updates? Did they fix any problems? Did they cause any more? Let us know in the comments.

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Hayley Tsukayama covers consumer technology for The Washington Post.

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