The fresh scent of iOS 4.3 has yet to wear off, and Apple is already releasing an update. Today, iOS 4.3.1 has just been unleashed to bring us minor bug fixes and some other improvements.
The update will fix the image flickering issue that the Apple Digital AV Adapter was experiencing with some TVs. It will also fix the graphics glitches on the fourth generation iPod touch. It also resolves some issues related to activating and connecting to some cellular networks along with issues authenticating some enterprise web services.
There were rumors earlier in the week that claimed an imminent iOS 4.3.1 update within the next two weeks would fix a battery life issue. However, this actual update doesn't seem to address that matter specifically. The update is also only available to GSM versions of the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2, and third and fourth generation iPod touch. Folks using the CDMA versions from Verizon will have to wait.