iOS 4.3.2 has arrived with a hefty
weight of some 666MB. The update fixes iPad's issues when connecting to a
3G network for some international users, as well as a FaceTime glitch
which forced iDevices to go blank or freeze a frame during a call.
Just recently, we reported about a weird FaceTime issue of random pictures appearing during a call and hopefully this was fixed as well.
rest is security updates, but this didn't make it any harder for the
thriving hacking community to release a jailbreak within a few hours.
To set your iDevice free, you can use PwnageTool for the iPhone 4
(3GS on the way), the iPad and iPod touch 3G/4G, but so far there's
only a tethered jailbreak meaning that you'll have to boot into
jailbroken state on every reboot. Don't rush it if you own an iPad 2 as the jailbreak is not confirmed for it, or if you're in need of a
carrier unlock as it's not included either.
Verizon customers are also getting updated, but the numbering varies as they'll move from iOS 4.2.6 to iOS 4.2.7, which delivers some bug fixes and security updates. To get the update simply connect your Apple product and fire up Check for Updates in iTunes.
source: Redmond Pie