Full Changelog For iOS 4.3 Leaked.

  • January 13, 2011 5:34 pm


Fancy a look at what Apple has in store for us iOS users come iOS 4.3 release time? Lucky you, someone with itchy fingers let loose the full changelog of Apple’s upcoming iOS update. And as we saw on the recently announced Verizon iPhone, there are numerous references to WiFi hotspot mentioned throughout the changelog. Other than that, it looks like a lot of nothing. Feature freaks, iOS 4.3 is not all that exciting. But if you must, full list of updates/bug fixes after the break…

Known issues:

Telephony

  • MMS pictures are rotated 90 degrees
  • Delay in activating FaceTIme after SIM swap
  • Delay when zooming in and out in Safari
  • FTP tool sometimes errors out

WiFi

  • If SIM card is removed with personal hotspot is enabled, iPhone panics

Bluetooth

  • D2D apps are not opening

Other

  • Sound remains on even though the device is muted
  • Issues Fixed Since iOS 4.3 8F5132f

Accessibility

  • Fixed issue that prevented controls from being dismissed in some cases
  • Addressed issue where the keyboard could not be brought back when highlighting and swiping through search results
  • Voice over now reads the entire chart in stocks app while in landscape mode

AirPlay

  • Fixed slideshow stop after 15 image when using AirPlay

Baseband& Telephony

iPhone -> 04.08.00

  • Enabled Traffic Volume Indicator IE in CELL UPDATE
  • Fixed issue with integrity protection failing after SRNS relocation
  • Fixed issue of iPhone units deactivating and not activating after baseband logging is enabled

iPad -> 07.11.00

  • Fixed issue of Physical channel reconfiguration failure during a reselection procedure
  • Fixed issue of the UE missing a page because it is decoding and responding to RRC Setup messages meant for other UEs

Bluetooth

  • Fixed incorrect auto routing with LG HBM-210 on FaceTime calls

CalDAV

  • Fixed canceled recurring calendar events still shows on the event list

Calendar

  • Fixed deleting a recurring events make the alarm go away
  • Fixed all-day alarm fired an hour early

Exchange

  • Fixed exchange calendar event duplicating when passing Israeli daylight savings time

Fonts

  • Letter ? is now visible in notes

Keyboard

  • Fixed missing accented letters in European keyboard popups
  • Increase font size for China and Pinyin inputs
  • Fixed auto-correction issue when switch back from Emoji to English keyboard
  • Added inline space with Pingyin inputs
  • Corrected “Undo” translation in Simplified Chinese to “??”

Localization

  • Updated inconsistent translation in Chinese, Finnish, Norwegian, Korean, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese
  • Fixed missing Chinese characters in Pinyin
  • Improved common phrases used in Chinese
  • Improved common phrased used in Japanese

???? is no longer missing

  • Fixed issue that produced unexpected output when trying to type ??????
    ??? now ranked higher than ???
  • Word completion candidates capability now available for Chinese language
  • Added additional common phrases for character ?
  • Fixed issue that caused the wrong candidates to be displayed (J: “?????”) when “?????” is input
  • “??(???)” now in the candidate

Mail

  • Fixed orientation of mail application not following device orientation under specific conditions
  • Fixed popover when drilling into a thread while the empty search field is focused
  • Fixed mail message view and orientation when quickly selecting a message and hitting edit mode

Messaging

  • Fixed MMS messages with vCards scrolling up

Phone

  • Fixed screen not drawing properly when Nike+ is in the background

Status bar

  • Added new icon for wifi tethering for personal hotspot on status bar

Web

  • Fixed issue that caused Safari and other apps to crash after loading certain heavy Websites

WiFi

  • Fixed Personal Hotspot password failure with 22+ characters

VoiceOver

  • Added support to for “find” in Safari
  • Fixed wallpaper titles for VoiceOver


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