According to a report from the BGR, Apple is about to release a new version of its mobile OS for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, iOS 4.3.3, and it is designed to fix the location tracking bug that we have been hearing about recently.
Some of the reported fixes in iOS 4.3.3 include that the update will no longer back up the location database to iTunes and also the size of the location database will also be reduced.
It also looks like the location database will be deleted completely when location services are turned off, and there are reported to also be some battery life improvements in the update as well as some iPod bug fixes.
According to the BGR the update should be rolled out within the next two weeks, as soon as we get some more information on when iOS 4.3.3 is due to go live we will let you guys know.
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