It might not offer much (if anything) in terms of new features, but the Apple iOS 4.3.2 update is still a massive update, in size at least. So if you've just got your online iPad 2 order through the post, you might have a slightly longer delay before you get your grubby fingerprints all over the screen.That size is a whopping 614MB, so it's perhaps best to look at downloading it outside of peak time for your network. When you do get it, the update will hopefully sort out some ongoing bugs and issues with some key iPhone/ iPad features. That includes FaceTime, with the new version of the iOS fixing an issue that occasionally caused blank or frozen video during a FaceTime call. If you love your video calling, it's perhaps worth the download just for that.But it's not the only fix, the update also sorts out an issue that prevented some international users from connecting to 3G networks on the iPad with Wi-Fi and 3G, as well patching up all those newly-found security holes. Is it the last update before the launch of iOS 5? We would guess it isn't, but with the next generation due to be showcased in June (at least, that's what is being speculated), it's unlikely that we'll see any new features in future updates of iOS 4.