The long awaited Apple iOS 4.2.1 update is now available for download on all compatible devices. The company announced this morning that the update would be going live today after weeks of speculation about when the update would be made available through iTunes. There really is no reason not to upgrade, as this update will fix a number of features that experienced problems with the iOS 4.2 update on some devices. A number of changes were made with the new update, including a tweak to the Facetime voice control, among others.
The video calling technology will also now support a number of different Bluetooth accessories which will make video conferencing on the unlocked iPhone 4 much easier in the future.
The iPod Touch (fourth generation) also received a number of bug fixes in the new updates, including bugs that dealt with the stereo playback through a car when the phone was connected through a USB port.
You might want to wait a few hours to download the update as the servers seem to be a little bit bogged down at the moment with everyone rushing to install the update. If you wait until you go to sleep, and let the update happen overnight, you should wake up with a freshly updated mobile device in the morning. Keep in mind, you will have to go through a number of confirmation screens after the update has been downloaded so set your alarm a little bit early to make up for it.
The iOS 4.2.1 update will not add any high profile new features to devices and instead will mostly fix bugs and update the features that have been present in the previous versions of the devices. There is no rush to update as no security bugs have been associated with the previous version, but it is a good idea to update as soon as possible.
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